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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PART 3: 
Mtjsicajl, Compositions 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 17, PART 1 

FIRST HALF OF 1922 

Nos. 1-7 



Published by authority of the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1891, of June 30, 1906, 
and of March 4, 1909 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1923 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYKIUHT OFFICE ^ 

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CATALOGUE ^9 



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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



INCLUDING: 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 

LIST OF NOTICES OF USER 



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NEW SERIES, VOLUME 17 

No. 1 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

LIBRARY BRANCH 

1922 



The act of March 4. 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be: noted by uskrs of this Catalogue:. 

HHHE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, con- 
taining the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical composi- 
tions, is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and is followed 
by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an alphabet of 
the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained hereafter. The 
arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title (except "a," "an," 
or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a grouping at the end of the 
title alphabet of such titles as will not conveniently alphabetize (e. g., titles 
beginning with numerals, dates, etc.) 

Exceptions. — (1) In the case of editions of classical music instead of scat- 
tering them under the titles, each author's works are brought together by an entry 
under the original composer's name, and for such works search should be made 
in this number under the following names: Bach (Johann Sebastian); Godard 
(Benjamin Louis Paul) ; Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) ; Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) ; 
Puccini (Giacomo); Saint-Saens (Charles Camille) In the case of all such works, 
however, there are cross references in the title alphabet from the title of each 
work. 

(2) Collections having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 etudes 
elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying titles, but 
designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," " march," " can- 
tata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu," " sonata," " etude," " study," " ex- 
ercise," etc., without differentiating words and only identifiable by the name of 
the composer) are entered under the composer's name without cross reference from 
the titles. 

Imprints. — As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also the 
claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and address of 
the publisher differ from those of the copyright proprietor, mention of the fact 
is made at the end of the title as an imprint giving place of publication and 
name of publisher. 



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EXPLANATIONS TO BE NOTED BY USERS OE THIS CATALOGUE 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. Songs 
are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise stated. Titles 
reading " Words by," " Music by," are to be understood as songs. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been abro- 
gated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for entry in 
the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue, the Copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: "E," Class E, Musical 
compositions; " D," Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions; "©," implies 
copyright registration of a published composition, followed by date of publication; 
"© 1 a," stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of re- 
ceipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy; and "2 c," for 
2 copies, followed by the date of their receipt. In the case of contributions to 
periodicals only one copy of the issue or issues containing such contributions is 
required. 

A list of copyright renewals and extensions made for musical compositions 
under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found at the end of this issue 
immediately following the text. 

A list of the musical compositions and dramatico-musical compositions used 
or licensed to be used for the manufacture of parts of instiuments serving to 
reproduce mechanically the musical work, recorded under section 1 (e) of the 
act of March 4, 1909, follows the list of renewals. 

The final number, completing the volume, is followed by a full annual index to 
both composers and proprietors. The subscription price for Part 3, which must 
be for the complete calendar year, is $1, payable in advance, to the Superintendent 
of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or New 
York draft. 



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NOTICE. 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles 
shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the District of 
Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is therefore hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, 
or other lawful claimant, that in so far as any copyright articles deposited 
from July 1, 1909, to June 30, 1914, inclusive, are still remaining in the 
files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library 
of Congress or to any other governmental library in the District of 
Columbia, such books or articles may be returned to the claimant of 
copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1922. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical compositions, 
engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for 
identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are available 
for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which must 
be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress, 
Washington, D. C. 



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RECIPROCAL PROTECTION OF MUSIC AGAINST UNAU- 
THORIZED REPRODUCTION BY MECHANICAL MUSICAL 
INSTRUMENTS. 

The United States now has reciprocal copyright protection of music 
against unauthorized reproduction by mechanical musical instruments 
in the case of Australia, and the territories of Papua and Norfolk Island, 
Belgium, Cuba, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, 
Italy, Luxemburg, New Zealand, Norway and Sweden. The President 
signed proclamations to this effect on the following dates : Australia and 
the territories of Papua and Norfolk Island (Apr. 3, 1918, effective 
Mar. 15, 1918), Belgium (June 14, 1911, effective July 1, 1909), Cuba 
(Nov. 27, 1911), Denmark (Dec. 9, 1920), France (May 24, 1918), 
Germany (Dec. 8, 1910), Great Britain (Jan. 1, 1915), Italy (May 1, 
1915), Luxemburg (June 14, 1911, effective June 29, 1910), New Zea- 
land (Feb. 9, 1917, effective Dec. 1, 1916), Norway (June 14, 1911, 
effective Sept. 9, 1910), Sweden (Feb. 27, 1920, effective Feb. 1, 1920). 
These proclamations were printed in the Catalogue of Copyright Entries, 
Part 3, vol. 6, pages v-x of no. 7, and pages iv-v of no. 12 ; vol. 10, pages 
viii-xi of no. 3, and pages viii-ix of no. 4 ; vol. 12, pages v-ix of no. 3 ; 
vol. 13, pages vi-xu of no. 5; and vol. 15, pages v-vn of no. 3; and 
pages vi-xiv of no. 13. 

While no special proclamation has been issued on behalf of Hungary 
so far as the provisions of section 1 (e) are concerned, the proclamation 
dated October 15, 1912, putting into effect the convention between the 
United States and Hungary, specifically provides that the general copy- 
right protection secured by article 1 includes the copyright control of 
mechanical musical reproductions. 

From information received through the Department of State, the 
legislation of the following countries did not on the date stated fulfill 
the reciprocal conditions specified in the proviso to section 1 (e) of the 
act of Congress of March 4, 1909: Austria (Mar. 10, 1911), Mexico 
(May 8, 1911), the Netherlands (Mar. 3, 1911), and Switzerland 
(Apr. 8, 1911). 



The copyright convention signed at the Fourth International American 
Conference at Buenos Aires on August 11, 1910, was proclaimed by the 
President of the United States on July 13, 1914. This convention is 
understood to be in effect as between the United States and Bolivia, 
Brazil, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Haiti, 
Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Salvador, and Uruguay. 

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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



A-B-C piano course; bk. 1, by Robert 

E. Miller [of U. S.] obi. 8vo. [1 

© Dec. 25, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528175 ; Shattinger piano and music 

co. } St. Louis. 

Abide with ME; words by Henry F. 
Lyte, music by S. A. Brown [of U. S.] 

[2 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; E 528255 ; Sarah 
A. Brown, Smyrna, N. Y. 

tEterna California; words by A. Mc 
Adie [of U. S.], air: Materna, by S. 

A. Ward. 8vo. [3 
© Dec. 16, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1921 ; 

E 528502; Alexander McAdie, Read- 
ville, Mass. 

Ain't love grand; words and music by 

B. G. De Sylva, Walter Donaldson and 
Con Conrad [of U. S.] [4 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528256; Sunshine music co., inc., 
New York. 

Air. See Lully (J. B.) Six pieces. 

Ale in line ; march, by Mathilde Bilbro 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [5 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 528458; Hatch music co., Boston. 

All over you ; words by Harry Rich- 
man and Alfred Bryan, music by Ken- 
dis and Brockman [of U. S.] [6 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1922; 
E 528397; Richmond - Robbins, inc., 
New York. 

Alone, • quartette, words and music by 
R. Harkness [of Great Britain, domi- 
ciled at Los Angeles] [7 
© June 15, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528163 ; Robert Harkness, Los An- 
geles. 

Among the flowers ; by Edwin Vaile 
Mclntyre [of U. S.] ; piano. (Mod- 
ern miniatures from fairyland) [8 
© Dec. 20, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528186; Shattinger piano and music 
co., St. Louis. 

Amour (L') redempteur; ouverture, par 
Gabriel-Marie et Hans Ourdine [of 



France] ; orch., parties separees, avec 
piano conducteur. 4to. [9 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526631 ; Philippo, Paris. 

Amyra ; Oriental fox-trot, words by Phil 

Shapiro, music by R. Pinnavaja [of 

Italy, domiciled at Buffalo] op. 21. [10 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922 ; E 528475 ; Ralph 

Pinnavaja, Buffalo. 

And this world is a paradise; words 
by Sarah A. Baldwin, music by Harry 
Jay [pseud, of Harry J. Lincoln, of 
U. S.] [11 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528267 ; Sarah Baldwin, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Andante melodioso; by S. Rachmani- 
noff, arr. by Adolf Schmid [of U. S.] ; 
orch. with piano-conductor. (Galaxy, 
no. 201) [12 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530072 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Annie Laurie; words traditional, old 
tune, rev. and ace. by G. H. Clutsam 
[of Great Britain] ; in C. (May fair 
classics, concert edition) [13 

© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526535 ; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Antoinette. See Dream pictures. 

Apollo march. See Dream pictures. 

Arcadian shepherds' dance. vSWDream 
pictures. 

As drones the bEE; a song to a river, 

poem by William Watson, music by 

Herbert Bedford [of Great Britain] [14 

© Dec. 17, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 526586 ; Boosey & co., London. 

As shadows pall ; reverie, by B. Percy 
James [of U. S.] ; piano. Boston, New 
York, Chicago, Evans music co. (Five 
pieces [no. 1]) [15 

© Tan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 528399 ; M. T. Evans, Boston. 



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AS THE SUNSET TURNED TO GOLD ; words 

by Matthew A. Wagner, music by 
Clifton Keith [of U. S.] Long Branch, 
N. J., Keith's music pub. house. [16 
© Dec. 27, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528243; Matthew Wagner, Long 
Branch, N. J. 

Aspiration ; words by Sigmund Spaeth, 

music by Marx E. Oberndorfer [of 

U. S.] ; high, in E minor. [17 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 

E 528342 ; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

Aspirations ; by N. Spady [of Canada] ; 
violin and piano. Waterloo, Canada, 
National music pub. co. [18 

© Dec. 15, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 526369; Nathanael Spady, Water- 
loo, Canada. 

At the casino; by B. Percy James [of 
U. S.j ; piano. Boston, New York, Chi- 
cago, Evans music co. (Five pieces 
[no. 2]) [19 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 528400 ; M. T. Evans, Boston. 

At the yacht club; barcarolle, by Carl 
Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] op. 447, no. 
6 ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., Bay state 
music co. (Storiettes told in music, 
no. 6) [20 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528314; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Auld lang syne; arr. by Lucy Nord 
[of U. S.] ; piano, with words. (Songs 
of nations) [21 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528274; Louis Retter music co., St. 
Louis. 

Autumn (The) day; words by B. Van 
Buren, music by S. C. Truman [of 
U. S.] [22 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528269; S. C. Truman, Secoma, 
W. Va. 

Aux aviaTEurs. See Saint-Saens 
(Charles Camille) 

Babyland ; melody, by James J. Urbanek 
[of U. S.] [23 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; E 528377; 
Finder and Urbanek bros., Chicago. 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Toccata; 
by J. S. Bach, transcribed from the 
harpsichord by Harold Bauer [of 
England, domiciled at New York] ; 
piano. [24 



© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530067 ; . G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on tran- 
scription] 

Bailiffs (The) daughter oe Isling- 
ton; words traditional, old tune, re- 
vision and ace. by G. H. Clutsam [of 
Great Britain] ; in F. (Mayfair clas- 
sics, concert edition) [25 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526520; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Ballet suite IV; oriental, by Armand 
Vecsey, arr. by Otto Lang [of U. S.] ; 
orch. with piano conductor. (Schirm- 
er's orchestra miscellany, no. 122) 

[26 
© Jan. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922 ; 
E 530071 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Ballet suite V ; finale, by Armand 
Vecsey, arr. by Otto Langey [of 
U. S.] ; orch. with piano conductor, 
(Misc., no. 123) [27 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530073; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Banks (The) of Allan Water; words 
by M. G. Lewis, old tune, rev. and ace. 
by G. H. Clutsam [of Great Britain] ; 
in B flat. (Mayfair classics, concert 
edition) [28 

© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526523; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Barbara AllEn; words traditional, old 
tune, rev. and ace. by G. H. Clutsam 
[of Great Britain] ; in E flat. (May- 
fair classics, concert edition) [29 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526526; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Beau brocade; intermezzo, by Stella 
Williams [of England] ; piano. Lon- 
don, Nightingale & co. [30 
© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 526559 ; Dora H. Coombs, London. 

Because you smile on ;mE; words by 
B. Allan, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [31 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528214; Beatrice Allan, New Or- 
leans. 

Bells (The) oe Verona. See Tone- 
pictures from Italy. 



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no. 1, 1922 



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Best (The) friend oe all; words and 
music by G. M. Bills [of U. S.] [32 
© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 528408 ; Hope pub. co., Chicago. 

Betty dear, I love you ; words by H. 
Schroeder, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.j New York, World music 
pub. corp. [33 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 530010; Helen Schroeder, Chicago. 

Bewitched; by James P. Dunn [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Enchanted dancer, 
no. 5072) [34 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528336; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Birth (The) day ball, See Newton 
(Ernest) Six country dances of the 
18th century. 

Bla (The) bla blues ; words by Leo 
Wood, music by Buster Johnson, Gus 
Mueller and Henry Busse [of U. S.] 

[35 
© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 528464 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Blondes ; one step-march, par L. Hillier 
[of France] ; orch., parties separees, 
avec piano conducteur. Paris, L. 
Maillochon. 4to. [36 

© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922 ; 
E 526637 ; L. Hillier, Paris. 

Blue bell mazurka; by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern [of U. S.] op. 447, no. 4 ; piano. 
Lawrence, Mass., Bay state music co. 
(Storiettes told in music, no. 4) [37 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528310; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Blue bells oe Scotland; arr. by Lucy 
Nord [of U. S.] ; piano, with words. 
(Songs of nations) [38 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528276 ; Louis Retter music co., St. 
Louis. 

Blue skies. See Southern refrains. 

Bluebird; words by R. Bartlett Deane, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[39 
© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 530012; Rusha B. Deane, Middle- 
boro, Mass. 

Blues (The) I've got no one can cure 
but you ; words and melody by W. A. 
Schell, jr. [of U. S.], arr. bv Clarence 
Jones [of U. S.] [40 



© 1 c. music Dec. 17, 1921; 1 c. 
words Jan. 9, 1922; E 523829; Wil- 
liam Arthur Schell, jr., Chicago. 

Blush roses; from suite An old fash- 
ioned posy, by Percy Elliott, arr. by 
Ernest Reeves [of Great Britain] ; two 
violins, 'cello, bass, harmonium and 
piano. (Schott & co.'s cinema reper- 
tory, no 78) [41 
© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526573 ; _ Schott & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Bonnie (The) banks o' Loch Lomond; 
words traditional, old tune, revision 
and ace. by G. H. Clutsam [of Great 
Britain] ; in F. (Mayfair classics, 
concert edition) [42 

© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526521 ; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Boo-hoo-hoo, you're gonna cry when 
I'm gone; words by Bob. Nelson, mu- 
sic by Harry Link, Irving Aaronson 
and Al. Lentz [of U. S.] [43 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 528375 ; Broadway music corp., New 
York. 

Booking (A) office booked; vaudeville 

skit, words by H. D. Devitt, music by 

George P. Devitt [of U. S.] [44 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; D 26237 ; Harry 

Durand Devitt, Chicago. 

Boosey's military journal, 143rd SE- 
RIES, no. 3; arr. by J. Ord Hume [of 
Great Britain] ; band. [45 

© Dec. 8, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526597 ; Boosey & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Boulder special ; by Gertie Wahlstrom 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [46 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528356 ; Gertie Wahlstrom, Boulder, 

Col. 

Bourree. See Crinoline and candle time. 

Butterfly (The) See Grieg (Edvard 
Hagerup) 

Byrne (Eva B.) Valse ; by E. B. Byrne 
[of U. S.] ; melody with piano ace. [47 
© 1 c. July 11, 1921; E 528468; 
Eva B. Byrne, Sacramento, Calif. 

Cachucha. See Southern refrains. 

California, smile on me; words and 
melody by H. R. Bowman [of U. S.] 

[48 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; E 528496; 
Harry R. Bowman, Los Angeles. 



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Call to me; lyric by Ouida Maxwell, 

music by Sydney Northcote [of Great 

Britain] ; in G. [49 

© Jan. 3, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 

E 526373 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Caller herrin'; words by Lady Nairne, 
tune by Nathaniel Gow, revision and 
ace. by G. H. Clutsam [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; in F. (Mayfair classics, concert 
edition) [50 

© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526517; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Calun' me back to AthlonE; waltz, 

words by Tommy Jones, melody by 

G. E. Anagnost [of U. S.] [51 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; E 528393; 

George E. Anagnost, Los Angeles. 

Camelford house. See Newton (Er- 
nest) Six country dances of the 18th 
century. 

Camping; by C F. Easter [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [52 

© Dec. 28, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528160; Chas. F. Easter, Chicago. 

Cantilena ; from the violoncello con- 
certo no. 1, in A minor, op. 14, by 
GeorgGoltermann, transcribed by Fred- 
eric York [of U. S.] ; organ. (Recital 
series, first series, no. 21) [53 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530069 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcription] 

Captain Fox ; fox trot shimmy, by L. L. 
Lynde [of France] ; piano. [54 

© Jan. 4, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 526492 ; Societe anonyme des edi- 
tions Ricordi, Paris. 

Carry on ; words by C. R. Thompson, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. [55 
© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528208; Chas. R. Thompson, Polk, 
Pa. 

Cathedral chimes. See Dream pictures. 

Charlie is my darling; words anon., 
old tune, rev. and ace. by G. H. Clut- 
sam [of Great Britain] ; in D minor. 
(Mayfair classics, concert edition) [56 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526537; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Cheerfulness ; words and music by 
M. G. Connell [of U. S.], arr. by J. F. 
Zimmerman [of U. S.] [57 



© Dec. 27, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528241; Mary G. Connell, Phila- 
delphia. 

Childhood days ; words by W. Ficker, 
music by Edwards Duffell [of U. S.] 
New York, Frank Harding music 
house. [58 

© Dec. 24, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 525855; William Ficker, New Or- 
leans. 

Christmas bells; by Edwin H. Lemare 

[of U. S.] op. 118; organ. [59 

© Dec. 13, 1921 ; 1 c. Dec. 15, 1921 ; 

1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 528470; H. W. 

Gray co., New York. 

Christmas (A) carol; from poem 
Christmas eve at sea, words by John 
Masefield, music by Malcolm David- 
son [of Great Britain] ; high voice. [60 
© Dec. 6, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1921 ; 
E 526505; Winthrop Rogers, ltd., 
London. 

Cfiristmas medley ; by Dudley Ryder 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [61 

© Dec. 20, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528181 ; Shattinger piano and music 

co., St. Louis. 

Cibel. See Lully (J. B.) Six pieces. 

Claim the promise; words by Kate 

Ulmer, music by M. L. McPhail [of 

U. S.] [62 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 

E 528406; Hope pub. co., Chicago. 

Clarissa; graceful dance, by B. Percy 
James [of U. S.] ; piano. Boston, New 
York, Chicago, Evans music co. (Five 
pieces [no. 3] ) [63 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 528401 ; M. T. Evans, Boston. 

Coloured leaves; four pieces, by Wil- 
liam Baines [of Great Britain] ; piano. 
(Album series, no. 168) Contents: 
Prelude. — Valse. — Still day. — Purple 
heights. [64 

© Dec. 23, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526579 ; Augener, ltd., London. 

Come in sogno! fox -trot, parole e mu- 
sica di Virgilio Ranzato [of Italy] ; 
orch. da sala con pianoforte conduttore. 

[65 
© Sept. 15, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 526608; Carlo Schmidl, Trieste, 
Italy. 



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Come, lasses and lads; words from the 
17th century, old tune, rev. and ace. by 
G. H. Clutsam [of Great Britain] ; 
in D. (Mayfair classics, concert edi- 
tion) [66 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526525; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Come on. honey; words and music bv 
W. R. Longstreet [of U. S.] [67 

© 1 c. Dec. 13, 1921; E 528500; 
William Ransom Longstreet, Mans- 
field, Pa. 

Comin' thro' the Rye ; words anon., 
old tune, rev. and ace. by G. H. Clut- 
sam [of Great Britain] ; in F. (May- 
fair classics, concert editions) [68 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526524; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Companions ; words by C. L. Pervier, 
music by W. E. Duffell [of U. S.] 

[69 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; E 528370; 
Charles L. Pervier, Northfield, Vt. 

Company's coming tonight; words by 

Seymour Brown, melody by Albert 

Von Tilzer [of U. S.] [70 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 528201; 

A. V. T. music pub. co., New York. 

Comrade — my pipe! words and music 
by Tom Mellor and Harry Gifford [of 
England] (Songs at the piano, no. 8) 

[71 
©' Dec. 6, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; 
E 526542 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Coppa (La) : Brindisi. See Puccini 
(Giacomo) 

Coral isles; words by Francis Perry, 
melody by C. J. Sinning [of U. S.] 

[72 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; E 528381; 
Chas. J. Sinning, Brooklyn. 

Country life; by Charles Huerter [of 

U. S.] ; piano. (Piano pieces of early 

grades) [73 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 528431 ; Hatch music co., Boston. 

Cradle song (Berceuse) ; by J. Harold 
Henry [of Great Britainl ; violin and 
piano. [74 

© Dec. 20, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526494; Bosworth & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 



Crinoline and candle time; by Richard 

Faver [of Great Britain] ; piano. 

Contents: 1. Bourree. — 2. Menuet. [75 

© Dec. 23, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 526562 ; Schott & co., London. 

Daffodil days. See Echoes of spring. 

Daily living ; words by E. Slee, music 
by Edouard Hesselberg [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[76 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528247; Elizabeth Slee, Bradford, 
la. 

Dainty Daphne ; dance-intermezzo 
from the suite Idle hours, by Percy 
Elliott, arr. by Ernest Reeves [of 
Great Britain] ; two violins, 'cello, 
bass, harmonium and piano. (Schott 
& co.'s cinema reportory, no. 119) 

[77 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 526569; Schott & co., London. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Dainty Fay ; intermezzo, by W. H. 

Smith [of Great Britain] ; piano. 

London, F. A. Bishop & co. [78 

© Jan. 9, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 526606 ; William H. Smith, London. 

Dainty sprites ; polka, by F. W. West- 

hoff [of U. S.] ; piano. Boston, New 

York, Chicago, Evans music co. [79 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 

E 528404 ; M. T. Evans, Boston. 

Dance oe the hollyhocks ; by J. M. 
Baldwin [of U. S.] op. 73 ; piano. 
Lawrence, Mass., Bay state music co. 

[80 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528312 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Dance of the wild men ; by Roy E. 
Agnew [of Australia] ; pf. [81 

© Oct. 29, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 526365 ; Allan & co., pty. ltd., Mel- 
bourne, Australia. 

Dancing (The) sprites; by Charles 
Huerter [of U. S.] ; piano. [82 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 528427 ; Hatch music co., Boston. 

Dancing times ; fox-trot, by John C. 
Holliday [of Great Britain] ; piano. 

[83 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 526605 ; Cecil Lennox & co., London. 

Danse antique. See Dream pictures. 



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Danse ArabE; by E. F. Piitz [of Spain, 
domiciled at New York] ; piano. [84 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 528452; 
Egon Fernando Piitz, New York. 

Danse dES sylphES. See Dream pic- 
tures. 

Danse poetiquE; by Victor Benham [of 
Great Britain] ; piano. [85 

© Dec. 9, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526565 ; Schott & co., London. 

Danza Mariquita ; by L. S. McKennan 
[of U. S.], arr. by Charles E. Jack- 
son [of U. S.] ; piano. [86 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 528421; 
Leora Sage McKennan, Pittsburgh. 

Dawes ( — ) Melody ; by Dawes, ed. and 
played by McNair Ilgenfritz [of U. S.] 
(Imperial hand played record auto- 
matic electric, no. 65820) [Music roll] 

[87 

© Dec. 29, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528363 ; Imperial player roll co., 

Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 

editing] 

Dawning ; by Jean Duncan [of Aus- 
tralia] ; piano. Paling edition. (Pal- 
ing's pianoforte series, no. 45) [88 
© Nov. 30, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526549; W. H. Paling & co., ltd., 
Sydney, Australia. 

Daybreak ; by Jean Duncan [of Aus- 
tralia] ; piano. Paling edition. (Pal- 
ing's pianoforte series, no. 44) [89 
© Nov. 30, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526548; W. H. Paling & co., ltd., 
Sydney, Australia. 

Dear little gire; words and music by 
T. Rollet [of Canada] [90 

© Dec. 29, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922 ; 
E 526493; Ted Rollet, Ontario, Can- 
ada. 

Dear old Nebraska; words and music 
by J. Snyder [of U. S.] [91 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 528391 ; Jack Snyder, New York. 

Dear oed southland ; words by Henry 
Creamer, melody by Turner Layton 
[of U. S.], arr. by Will Vodry [of 
U. S.] [92 

© 1 c. Nov. 25, 1921; E 524423; 
Jack Mills, inc., New York. 

Deutsch (S.) ^VcTon 

(Four Hebrew melodies) ; by S. Deutsch 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Contents : A frei- 
liche nacht ; in Palesteena. — A f reilich 
chosidel ; fun Kolbasher rebbin.- — A 
f relich chosidel ; fun Melitzer rebbin. — 



A freilich chosidel ; fun Drabitsher 

rebbin. [93 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 530042 ; Saul Schenker, New York. 

Di sisE kinder yurEn ; words and mel- 
ody by A. Schwartz [of U. S.] [94 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; E 530048; Abe 
Schwartz, New York. 

Dis maman jouE; chansons franchises, 
harmonisees par Ely Jade [of France] 

[95 

© Jan. 22, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528226 ; Composer's music corp., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed on 

new arrangement] 

Do TELL ME HOW YOU GOT THAT WAY; 

words by J. C. Sheffield, music by 
George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [96 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528209; J. C. Sheffield, Atlanta. 

Dolly, I love you ; operette en trois 
actes de H. de Gorsse et V. Darlay, 
musique de Felix Fourdrain [of 
France] ; partition chant et piano. [97 
© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
D 26234; Choudens, Paris. 

Down among the dead men ; words by 
Dyer, old tune, rev. and ace. by G. H. 
Clutsam [of Great Britain] ; in D minor. 
(May fair classics, concert edition) [98 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526533; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Dream castles ; words by Edward Lock- 
ton, music by Chater Robinson [of 
Great Britain] [99 

© Dec. 21, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526589 ; Boosey & co., London. 

Dream pictures (Visions de reve) ; by 
Jules Devaux [of Great Britain] op. 
23 ; piano, four hands, bk. 1, no. 1-5. 
(Edition Wood, no. 915) Contents: 
1. Antoinette. — 2. Love's message. — 3. 
Danse antique. — 4. Danse des sylphes. — 
5. Arcadian shepherds' dance. [100 
© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528419; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

bk. 2, nos. 6-10. (Edition 

Wood, no. 916) Contents : 6. Twilight 
meditation. — 7. Punchinello. — 8. Cathe- 
dral chimes. — 9. Solitude. — 10. Apollo 
march. [101 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528329; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 



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Dreaming; waltz song-ballad, words by 
G. O. Denton, music by Joseph John 
Richardson [of U. S.], arr. by Lillian 
De Garmo Miller [of U. S.] St. Louis, 
Mo., Gilbert-Marion music co. [102 
© Dec. 29, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528315 ; Gilbert O. Denton, St. Louis. 

words by George S. Chappell, music 

by Kenneth M. Murchison [of U. S.] ; 

medium voice. [103 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 

E 530066 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Dreams locked away in your heart; 
words by Fred W. Leigh, music by 
Sidney Lennox [of England] [104 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; 
E 526546; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Drifting away erom me; words by N. 

Conway, music by Will Held [of 

U. S.] [105 

© Dec. 27, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528245 ; Nora Conway, Philadelphia. 

Drink to me only with thine Eyes; 
words by Ben Jonson, old tune, rev. 
and ace." by G. H. Clutsam [of Great 
Britain] ; in F. (Mayfair classics, con- 
cert edition) [106 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526518; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Dusk bound; by James P. Dunn [of 

U. S.] ; piano. (Enchanted dancer, 

no. 5070) [107 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 

E 528334 ; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

Echoes oe spring; four bright pieces, 
pastorals, by' Ernest Reeves [of GreaJ 
Britain]; piano. Contents: 1. Daffo- 
dil days. — 2. In a gondola. — 3. Hop o' 
my thumb. — 4. Wild violets. [108 

© Dec. 20, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526567 ; Schott & co., London. 

EiE shadi ; words and melody by R. 

Doctor [of Russia, domiciled at New 

York] [109 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 528317; Rubin 

Doctor, New York. 

Eili, Eili (*6x r^N); . 

sacred words, music by Sandler, arr. 
by Rosenblatt [of U. S.] ; mixed voices, 
with ace. of piano and violin. [110 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 530043; Saul Schenker, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on new arrange- 
ment] 



Elfin love ; lyric by Helen Taylor, 

music by A. Robertson Hodgson [of 

Great Britain] ; in F. [Ill 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 526372 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Ellamina; waltz, by W. H. Smith [of 

Great Britain] ; piano. London, F. A. 

Bishop & co. [112 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 526607 ; William H. Smith, London. 

Epilogue. See Suite mignonne. 

Espana ; Spanish trot, words and music 
by Robert Fenton Gower [of Great 
Britain] ; piano, with words. [113 

© Nov. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 526367; Percy J. Cross, Manchester, 
England. 

Evening shadows ; by J. M. Baldwin 
[of U. S.] op. 75 ; piano. Lawrence, 
Mass., Bay state music co. [114 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528306 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Eventide; words by Charlotte Bronte, 

music by J. Bertram Fox [of U. S.] ; 

high or medium, in B flat. [115 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528341 ; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

Fancy skater; by Cedric W. Lemont 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (Winter emblems) 

[116 
© Dec. 20, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528182 ; Shattinger piano and music 
co., St. Louis. 

Farewell to the Alps ; idylle, by Ernst 
Rueffer [of U. S.] ; zither L (E. 
Rueffer's edition : Zither music, series 
4) [117 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528349 ; Ernst Rueffer, New York. 

Farvus zol men ach barEdEn? words 
and melody by J. Feldman [of U. S.] 

[118 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 528354; 

Jos. Feldman, Emanuel M. Woen, 

Fred. Fidel and Ben Greif, New York. 

Feather dance ; by Charles Huerter [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [119 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 528422 ; Hatch music co., Boston. 

Finger frolics; petite tarantelle, by E. 

V. Mclntyre [of U. S.] ; piano. [120 

© Dec. 29, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528199; Shattinger piano and music 

co., St. Louis. 



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Flag of my home and heart; words 
and music by Elizabeth Toldridge [of 
U. S.] [121 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Dec. 8, 1921; 
E 523557; Elizabeth Augusta Told- 
ridge, Washington. 

'Flame dance; by James P. Dunn [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Enchanted dancer, no. 
5073) [122 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528335; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Flirtation ; fox-trot, by Neil Erskine 

[of England] ; piano. [123 

© Dec. 9, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; 

E 526540; Herman Darewski music 

pub. co., London. 

Fond recollections ; mazurka de salon, 
by Charles Drumheller [of U. S.], 
newly rev. and ed. by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern [of U. S.] ; piano. [124 

© Dec. 20, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528190; Shattinger piano and music 
co., St. Louis. 

For it is you just you ; words by A. 
Hohwald, music by R. A. Browne [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub- 
corp. [125 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528249; Alice Hohwald, Secaucus, 
N. J. 

Forest (A) lament; by George O'Con- 
nor-Morris [of Great Britain] op. 21 ; 
violin and piano. [126 

© Dec. 13, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526564 ; Schott & co., London. 

Forgetting ; words by George W. Long, 
music by M. Savage [of U. S.] [127 
© 1 c. July 30, 1921; E 528477; 
Mascotte Savage, Los Angeles. 

Ft. Thomas woman's club; words by 
George Elliston, music by Emma 
Beiser Scully [of U. S.] [128 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528264; Ft. Thomas woman's club, 
Ft. Thomas, Ky. 

Four flights up, and it's eour flights 

down ; words and melody by J. S. 

Terry [of U. S.] [129 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; E 528350 ; John 

Seymour Terry, New York. 

FrEilich (A) chosidEl. See Deutsch 
(S.) Four Hebrew melodies. 

Freiliche (A) nacht. See Deutsch 
(S.) Four Hebrew melodies. 



Frolic of the frogs ; by Mathilde Bilbro 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [130 

© Jan. 7, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 528522 ; Hatch music co., Boston. 

Fulfillment; words by Cecil Fanning, 
music by Lucile Crews [of U. S.] ; 
high voice. [131 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 528385; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
inc., New York. 

Fun of the fayre ; selection, from Fun 
of the fayre, on melodies by Augustus 
Barratt, Jerome D. Kern and others 
[of England], arr. by Henry E. Pether 
[of England] ; piano. [132 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922 ; 
E 526615; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Gad, I did laugh ; words by Ernest 
Butcher, music by James M. Gallatly 
[of England] (Songs at the piano, 
no. 7) [133 

© Jan. 2, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; 
E 526544 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

GallEr (Det) (Kylva) ; Swedish words 
by Ida Granquist, Finnish words and 
music by Ilmari Hannikainen, ed. and 
rev. by Julia A. Burt [of U. S.] [134 
© Dec. 16, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526499; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing and revising] 

Garden of roses ; by J. M. Baldwin [of 
U. S.] op. 70 ; piano. Lawrence, 
Mass., Bay state music co. [135 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528313 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Gavotte. See Lully (J. B.) Six 
pieces. — Old (The) spinnet. 

Gee whiz Jimmy, GEE; words by J. F. 
Brooks, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music 
co. [136 

© Dec. 19, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 
E 525645 ; Jack F. Brooks, Union 
City, Pa. 

General (El) Obregon; popular Mexi- 
can song, words and music by G. J. 
Gonzalez [of Mexico, domiciled at 
New York] ; two treble voices with 
guit. ace. [137 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 528411; 
Guillermo Jose Gonzalez, New York. 



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Get in love; with true lovE; words by 
A. Thelemaque, music by George 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [138 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528206 ; A. Thelemaque, New York. 

Give me the dear old waltz ; words by 
F. H. Murray, music by George Graff, 
jr. [of U. S.] New York, World mu- 
sic pub. corp. [139 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528211; Frank H. Murray, New 
Bedford, Mass. 

Glad tidings ; a Christmas song, music 
by Grace Porterfield Polk [of U. S.] ; 
high or medium voice. [140 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528346; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Glad tidings in song ; orch. by Dudley 
Huntington McCosh [of U. S.] ; 1st 
and 2nd clarinets. 4to. [141 

© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1921 ; 
aff. Dec. 23, 1921; A 630990; Glad 
tidings pub. co., Chicago. 

God bless thee, old Missouri mine; 
100 years statehood, words by Charles 
Augustine, music bv F. J. Menne [of 
U. S.] [142 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528197; Fr. J. Menne, St. Loius. 

God is our reeuge and strength ; an- 
them, music by Frances McCollin [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices. (Arthur P. 
Schmidt's octavo series, no. 1337) [143 
© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 528371; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Godard (Benjamin Louis Paul) Pan; 
a pastorale, by B. Godard, transcribed 
by Gottfried H. Fedeflein [of U. S.] ; 
organ. (Recital series, first series, no. 
20) [144 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530070 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Good morning, dearie; selection, by 

Jerome Kern [of U. S.] ; piano. [145 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528280 ; T. B. Harms co., New York. 

Goodbye, Jim; words by G. R. Bobbitt, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. [146 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528223; Geo. R. Bobbitt, Dalton 
City, 111. 



Gospel light; coll. prepared by W. W. 
Smith, Joe W. English, D. B. Purin- 
ton and H. E. Ogden. 12mo. [147 
© Aug. 1, 1921 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 14, 
1921; A 630798; Woodie W. Smith 
co., Ft. Worth, Tex. 

Gospel pearls ; ed. and comp. by the 
music committee of the Sunday school 
pub. board [of U. S.] 12mo. [148 
© Sept. 6, 1921 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
12, 1921; A 630761; Sunday school 
pub. board Nat. Baptist convention, 
Nashville. 

GOTT PUN AVROHOM (OiTOK "jlS t30j 

words and music bv Abe Schwartz [of 

U. S.] [149 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1922 ; 

E 528386 ; Hebrew pub. co., New York. 

Grasshopper (The) ; by Ella Ketterer 

[of U. S.J ; piano. (Play-time stories 

for the piano) [150 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 528424 ; Hatch music co., Boston. 

Great northern lights; words by F. 

Baker, music bv Robert Van Sickle 

[of U. S.] [151 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 528495; 

Frank Baker, Columbus, Ind. 

Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) The butter- 
fly (Papillon) ; by Grieg, ed. by Mc- 
Nair Ilgenfritz [of U. S.], played by 
Mary Angell. (Imperial hand-played 
record, automatic electric, no. 65840) 
[Music roll] [152 

© Dec. 29, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528366; Imperial player roll co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

Guarded (The) river; by James P. 

Dunn [of U. S.] ; piano. (Enchanted 

dancer, no. 5067) [153 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 

E 528347 ; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

Habanera ; reverie espagnole, by Walter 
Moressy, arr. by Ernest Reeves [of 
Great Britain] ; two violins, 'cello, bass, 
harmonium and piano. ( Schott & co.'s 
cinema repertory, no. 84) [154 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526574; Schott & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Happiness; words by Vera Ross Co- 
burn, music by C. Edwards [of U. S.] 

[155 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 528453; 
Clara Edwards, New York. 



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Happy eitteE dream ; an old theme from 
Castille, words by Hilda Hart, music 
by Mischa-Leon [of Denmark] ; in F. 

[156 
© Dec. 1, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526585 ; Augener, ltd., London. 

Happy (The) shepherds. See Newton 
(Ernest) Six country dances of the 
18th century. 

Happy (The) southern breeze; words 
by G. Hubi-Newcombe, music by Felix 
White [of Great Britain] New edition. 

[157 
© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526592; Boosey & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision] 

Hark, what do I hear? quartette, words 
by Michael Whalen, music by Henry 
Colin Nivin [of U. S.] [158 

© Dec. 27, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528260; Henry Colin Nivin, New- 
castle, N. B., Canada. 

Havering bower. See Newton (Ernest) 
Six country dances of the 18th century. 

Hawaiian meeodies; that tender Ha- 
waiian good-bye, words by R. P. Wes- 
ton and Bert Lee, music by R. Harris- 
Weston [of England] ; in C, with sol- 
fa notation. [159 
© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922 ; 
E 526619; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

He is mine; words and music by R. 
Harkness [of Australia, domiciled at 
Los Angeles] [160 

© June 15, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528167; Robert Harkness, Los An- 
geles. 

Heart to heart; waltz, by Armand 

Falk [of England] ; piano. [161 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 

E 526554; Nightingale & co., London. 

Heartsease ; from suite An old-fashioned 
posy, by Percy Elliott, arr. by Ernest 
Reeves [of Great Britain] ; two violins, 
'cello, bass, harmonium and piano. 
(Schott & co.'s cinema repertory, no. 
77) [162 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922: 
E 526571; Schott & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

HeathErbeoom ; by Charles Huerter [of 

U. S.] ; piano. (Piano pieces of early 

grades) [163 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 528433 ; Hatch music co., Boston. 



Heavens (The) are teeeing; words 
from the Bible, music b}' Arthur A. 
Boettger [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Hall-Mack company's Christmas an- 
thems, no. 299) [164 
© Dec. 5, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922;, 
E 528239 ; Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia. 

Henderson (The) hymn ; words by 
Rudolph William Chamberlain, music 
by William Berwald [of U. S.] [165 
© Dec. 5, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922 ; 
E 528503; Syracuse university Y. M. 
C. A., New York. 

Here's a heaeth unto his majesty; 
words of the 1st verse traditional, ad- 
ditional verses by G. H. C, 17th cen- 
tury tune, rev. and ace. by G. H. Clut- 
sam [of Great Britain] ; in F. (May- 
fair classics, concert edition) [166 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526534; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Here's to the maiden oe bashfue fif- 
teen ; words by Sheridan, old tune, 
revision and ace. by G. H. Clutsam [of 
Great Britain] ; in F. (May fair clas- 
sics, concert edition) [167 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526514; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Hieo; march by Will Pele, intro. Aloha 
oe, ukulele arrangement by Wm. 
Hartman, ed. by McNair Ilgenfritz 
[of U. S.] (Imperial hand played 
record, automatic electric, no. 65850) 
[Music roll] [168 

© Dec. 29, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528365 ; Imperial player roll co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

Home ties; words by J. G. Garth, mu- 
sic by H. A. Severinghaus [of U. S.] 

[169 
© Sept. 15, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528172; James G. Garth, Long 
Beach, Calif. 

Honey, dat's aee; words by Haven 
Gillespie, music by Egbert Van Al- 
styne [of U. S.] ; medium voice. [170 
© Dec. 27, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528281 ; Van Alstyne & Curtis, New 
York. 

Hop o' my thumb. Sec Echoes of 
spring. 

Hornpipe. See Lully (J. B.) Six pieces. 



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How can I leave thee; arr. by Lucy 
Nord [of U. S.] ; piano, with words. 
(Songs of nations) [171 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528278; Louis Retter music co., St. 
Louis. 

How come ! Henry ; words and music 
by W. H. Rhoads [of U. S.], arr. by 
Frank Black [of U. S.] ; piano, with 
words. [172 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; E 528380; 
William Hood Rhoads, Ashbourne, 
Pa. 

HOW EAR FROM HOME ARE YOU TONIGHT J 

words by I. Seely, music by George 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [173 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 530003 ; I. Seely, Denver. 

Hurry back home; fox trot song, 
words and music by Ben Schwartz 
[of U. S.] [174 

©Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 528396; Ben Schwartz music co., 
inc., New York. 

I am dreaming oe you ; words and mu- 
sic by J. S. Michie [of U. S.] [175 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; E 528394; 
Jimmie S. Michie, Alameda, Calif. 

I AM TIRED OE BEING A PLAYTHING EOR 

you ; words by D. C. Jones, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] New 
York, Frank Harding. [176 

© Dec. 29, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 525863 ; Daisy C. Jones, Chicago. 

I HAVE EVERYTHING BUT YOU; WOrds 

and music by H. Gridley [of U. $.] 
[Photographic copy] [177 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 528358; 
Henry Gridley, Fort Worth, Tex. 

I know my way ; a song of confidence, 
words and music by John Willis Ring 
[of U. S.] 8vo. [178 

© Nov. 19, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1921 ; 
E 530041 ; Harmonial publishers, San 
Diego, Calif. 

I'll always be your honey ie you will 
be my bEE; words by A. Thomas, mu- 
sic by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[179 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 

E 528207 ; Alva Thomas, Graham, Ky. 

I'll be waiting for you; words by F. 
Jackubouski, music by George Graff, 
jr. [of U. S.] New York, World mu- 
sic pub. corp. [180 
2400—22 2 n 



© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528215; Frank Jackubouski, Nanti- 
coke, Pa. 

m all alonE; words and melody by 
L. Traveller [of U. S.] [181 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 528159; 
Lou Traveller, Fresno, Calif. 

m grateful ; a song of triumph, words 
and music by John Willis Ring [of 
U. S.] 8vo. [182 

© Dec. 18, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 
E 528506; Harmonial publishers, San 
Diego, Calif. 

M HUNGRY FOR BEAUTIFUL GIRLS J Words 

by Billy Rose, melody by F. Fisher 
[of U. S.], arr. by Geo. Holman [of 
U. S.] [183 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; E 528510; 
Fred Fisher, inc., New York. 

M LAUGHING ALL THE TIME; fox trot, 

by G. H. Green and Victor Arden [of 
U. S.], arr. by G. H. Green. [184 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1922; E 528327; 
George Hamilton Green, Yonkers, 
N. Y. 

M LONELY WHEN IT'S TWILIGHT DOWN 

in Dixie; words by Mollie Christ- 
man, music by Carl Zerse [of U. S.] 

[185 

© Dec. 14, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922 ; 

E 528455 ; Moade music co., St. Louis. 

USED TO LIVE IN DREAMS WITH YOU; 

words by A. G. Douglass, music by 
George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [186 
© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 530009; Anne Greer Douglass, 
Hope, Ark. 

VE BEEN over to the Isle OE Man, it 

OUGHT TO BE CALLED THE ISLE OE GlRLS ; 

words and music by Harry Carlton 
and F. W. Carter [of England] ; in 
E flat, with sol-fa notation. [187 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 526621; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

VE GOT THE WONDER WHERE HE WENT 
AND WHEN HE'S COMING BACK BLUES; 

words and music by George A. Little 
and Tommy Lyman [of U. S.] [188 
© Jan. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1921 ; 
E 528467; Irving Berlin, inc., New 
York. 



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I've got those love-sick blues; words 
and music by C. Duffir [of U. S.] 
New York, Frank Harding's music 
house. [189 

© Nov. 2, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 525856 ; Clara Duffir, New Orleans. 

I want my mammy; fox trot, by Weh- 
ner and Breau, ed. by McNair Ilgen- 
fritz [of U. S.], played by Charley 
Straight and Roy Bargy. (Imperial 
hand-played record, automatic electric, 
S 65870) [Music roll] [190 

© Dec. 29, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528364 ; Imperial player roll co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

I WONDER WHAT THE FUTURE WILE BRING ; 

words and melodv by R. Walsh [of 
U. S.] ; in C. [191 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 528351; 

Richard Walsh, Peekskill, N. Y. 

Ich lEib zu TEEN a TOivE ; words and 
melody by R. Doctor [of Russia, dom- 
iciled at New York] [192 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 528320 ; Rubin 
Doctor, New York. 

IE we but knew ; words by Burnett 
Smith, music by Florence A. Garry 
[of Canada] [193 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1922; 
E 526382; Anglo-Canadian music co., 
Toronto, Canada. 

IE winter comes ; words by Martin L. 

Wiener, melody by H. L. Sharmat [of 

U. S.] [194 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; E 528512; 

H. Leon Sharmat, Brookline, Mass. 

If wishes were kisses; fox-trot song, 
words and music by Violet Forster [of 
England] ; with sol-fa notation. [195 
© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922 ; 
E 526545 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

If ye love ME; words from St. John, 
chap. 14, music bv John Prindle Scott 
[of U. S.] ; high voice. [196 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 528384 ; Huntzinger & Dilworth, inc., 
New York. 

If you send Jack away ; words by I. H. 
Plemmons, music by R. A. Browne [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [197 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528250; I. H. Plemmons, West 
Asheville, N. C. 



In a gondola ; duet, words and music 
by Edith Harrhy [of Australia] ; sop. 
and ten. [198 

© Oct. 29, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 526366 ; Allan & co., pty., ltd., Mel- 
bourne, Australia. 

See also Echoes of spring. — Tone- 
pictures from Italy. 

In an orange grove ; San Remo, by Wal- 
ter Bush, arr. by Ernest Reeves [of 
Great Britain] ; two violins, 'cello, bass, 
harmonium and piano. ( Schott & co.'s 
cinema repertory, no. 82) [199 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526575; Schott & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

In June, honeymoon June; words by 

T. A. Fowler, music bv Glen Snelgrove 

[of U. S.] [200 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528266; J. A. Fowler, Mobile. 

In the garden of Kashmir. See Tone- 
pictures from India. 

In the n att ye quarter. See Tone- 
pictures from India. 

In the stars I SEE your picture; words 
bv J. E. S trader, music bv George 
Graff, j r. [of U. S.] New York, World 
music pub. corp. [201 

© Tan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 530019; J. E. Strader, Carpenter, 
S. D. 

In the sweet by and by; arr. by Lucy 
Nord [of U. S.] ; piano, with words. 
(Songs of nations) [202 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528279; Louis Retter music co., St. 
Louis. 

In the twilight; words by L. R. Ver- 
chereau, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [203 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 530006 ; Leo R. Verchereau, Cohoes, 
N. Y. 

In the twilight glow; melodie, by 
Herbert Grant [of Great Britainl ; 
piano. [204 

© Dec. 29, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528418; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

In yonder land ; words and music by 
R. Harkness [of Australia, domiciled 
at Los Angeles] [205 

© Dec. 15, 1920; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528165; Robert Harkness, Los An- 
geles. 



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223 



In your embrace ; words and music by- 
Earnest Golden [of U. S.] Operatic 
edition. [206 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528322; Goodman & Rose, inc., New 
York. 

Inclination a la dansE; by Cyril 
Scott [of England] ; piano. [207 

© Jan. 10, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526598 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Inspiration waltz; words and music bv 

M. B. Gallier [of U. S.] [208 

© 1 c. music Dec. 9, 1921 ; 1 c. words 

Dec. 22, 1921; E 524906; Myrta Bel 

Gallier, New York. 

Interlude (An) ; from Holiday sketches, 
by Lucas, op. 61, no. 4, ed. and played 
by McNair Ilgenfritz [of U. S.] (Im- 
perial hand-played record, automatic 
electric, no. 65830) [Music roll] [209 
© Dec. 29, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528360 ; Imperial player roll co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

Intrata ; af Johan Halvorsen, op. 31a, 
fur salotiorchester von Nicolaj Hansen 
[of Denmark] (Heimdal, no. 65 : Suite 
ancienne, no. 1) [210 

© Dec. 16, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526497 ; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Invocation ; a song of realization, words 
bv Ernest C. Wilson, music bv John 
Willis Ring [of U. S.] 8vo. [211 

© Dec. 18, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 
E 528505 ; Harmonial publishers, San 
Diego, Calif. 

Irene scliottischE; by Ca'rl Wilhelm 
Kern [of U. S.] op. 447, no. 5 ; piano. 
Lawrence, Mass., Bay state music co. 
(Storiettes told in music, no. 5) [212 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528308 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Irish (The) washerwoman; arr. by 
Lucy Nord [of U. S.] ; piano. (Songs 
of nations) [213 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528272 ; Louis Retter music co., St. 
Louis. 

Is my Savior walking with you? words 
by Holland L. Bovd, music by B. B. 
Bateman [of U. S.] [214 

© Jan. 1, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528325; B. B. Bateman, Knoxville, 
Tenn. 



Isle of bEautieul dreams ; words by 

C. A. Roline, music by Vincent J. 

Nery [of U. S.] Oak Park, 111., 

• Roline & Greenlee. [215 

© Dec. 21, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528355; L. A. Greenlee, Oak Park, 

111. 

It's mighty hard to find someone 
like mother; words and music by A. 
Ketroy [of U. S.] New York, Frank 
Harding. [216 

© Dec. 8, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 525862 ; Anthony Ketroy, Spring- 
field, 111. 

It's you ; words by W. Gardner, music 
by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [217 
© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 530016; Wallace Gardner, Wash- 
ington. 

It's you, oh, it's you ; words by C. C. 
Hanson, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [218 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528216 ; C. C. Hanson, White, S. D. 

Italian folk song; arr. by Lucy Nord 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (Songs of nations) 

[219 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528273 ; Louis Retter music co., St. 
Louis. 

Jack Frost; by Ella Kettere» [of 

U. S.l ; piano. (Play-time stories for 

the piano) [220 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 528426 ; Hatch music co., Boston. 

Jock o' HazeldEan; words by Walter 
Scott, old tune, revision and ace. by 
G. H. Clutsam [of Great Britain] ; 
in F. (Mayfair classics, concert edi- 
tion) [221 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526515; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Jolly Jack Frost; by Cedric W. Le- 
mont [of U. S.] ; piano. (Winter 
emblems) [222 

© Dec. 20, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528183; Shattinger piano and mu- 
sic co., St. Louis. 

Jolly sailors ; by Ella Ketterer [of 

U. S.] ; piano. (Play-time stories for 

the piano) [223 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 528425 ; Hatch music co., Boston. 



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224 



pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



Joyful play; by Robert E. Miller [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [224 

© Dec. 20, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528183; Shattinger piano and mu- 

co., St. Louis. 

Jubilate Deo; canticle, words from 
Psalm C, music by Bernard Johnson 
[of England] ; four-part chorus of 
mixed voices, organ ace. in A. (G. 
S. 8vo. choruses, no. 6949) [225 

© Dec. 3, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 9, 1921 ; 
E 523587; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Jubilate in B feat; sacred chorus, mu- 
sic by Raymond E. Rapp [of U. S.] 
4to. Edition Shattinger. [226 

© Jan. 2, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528188; Shattinger piano and music 
co., St. Louis. 

June; words by Laura P. Blackburne, 
music by J. F. Salisbury [of U. S.] 
Los Angeles, Calif., Los Angeles mu- 
sic pub. co. [227 
© Dec. 26, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528202; Jane Frances Salisbury, 
Pasadena. 

Just a longing eor you; words by M. 
Goodman, music by Frank W. Ford 
[of U. S.l New York, Frank Hard- 

[228 
1, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
Mabel Goodman, Natchez, 



mg. 

© Dec. 
E 525861 
Miss. 



Just a moment of liee; words and mu- 
sic by A. Steelman [of U. S.] [229 
© 1 c. Oct. 13, 1921; E 528525; 
Aaron Steelman, Addyston, O. 

Just a wistful dream ; words by John 
Yorke Bailey, music by Donald 
Crichton [of Great Britain] ; in E flat. 

[230 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526604 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Just like the robin; words by A. C. 
Vollman, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] . New York, World music 
pub. corp. [231 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 530004; A. C. Vollman, Duluth, 
Minn. 

Just some little girl like you; words 
by Paul H. Scumsher, melody by H. 
Scumsher [of U. S.l, arr. by H. A. 
Powell [of U. S.] [232 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; E 528513; 
Hobert Scumsher, San Francisco. 



Just where thou art; words by Kate 
Drew, music by R. Harkness [of Aus- 
tralia, domiciled at Los Angeles] 

[233 
© June 15, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528166; Robert Harkness, Los 
Angeles. 

Kelantan. See Malay melodies. 

Kept by the power of God; words by 
F. M. Steele, music by Robert Hark- 
ness [of Australia, domiciled at Los 
Angeles] [234 

© Dec. 9, 1920; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528164; Robert Harkness, Los 
Angeles. 

Kesa-ilta (Sommarafton) ; arr. by 
Toivo Kuula, ed. and rev. by Julia A. 
Burt [of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 
(Wilhelm Hansen edition, no. 2134) 

[235 
© Dec. 16, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526500; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing and revising] 

Killarney; arr. by Lucy Nord [of 
U. S.] ; piano, with words. (Songs 
of nations) [236 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528277 ; Louis Retter music co., St. 
Louis. 

Kiss me good-bye ; words by Kathleen 

Stuart, music by Jack Thompson [of 

Great Britain] ; in F. [237 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 526603 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Kitty ; valse, by Dorothy Forster, or- 
chestrated by H. M. Higgs [of Great 
Britain] ; salon orch. 4to. (Chappell 
& co.'s orchestral journal no. 850: 
Chappell & co.'s salon orchestral jour- 
nal, no. 141) [238 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 526471 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Kou-tchi-kETTE (La) ; fox trot, sur les 
motifs de la chanson, par Eug. Ca- 
banne et A. Lebail [of France] ; orch. 
parties separees, avec piano conduc- 
ted. 4to. [239 
© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7. 1922; 
E 526629; G. Delma, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Kuu iini (My desire, love's desire) ; 
English version by Frances H. Gerber, 
music by C. E. King [of U. S.] ; uku- 
lele and guit. ace. [240 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528304; Charles E. King, Honolulu. 



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Kuula (Toivo) Adagio; by T. Kuula, 
op. 26, no. 5, ed. and rev. by Julia A. 
Burt [of U. S.] ; piano. (Wilhelm 
Hansen edition, no. 2131) [241 

© Dec. 16, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526501; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing and revising) 

Intermezzo ; by T. Kuula, op. 16 b, 

no. 2. ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt [of 
U. S.] ; organ. (Wilhelm Hansen edi- 
tion, no. 2133) [242 
© Dec. 16, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526503 ; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing and revising] 

Preludium; by T. Kuula, op. 16 b, 

no. 1, ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt [of 
U. S.] ; organ. (Wilhelm Hansen edi- 
tion, no. 2132) [243 
© Dec. 16, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526502; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing and revising] 

Lamento Tzigane; par P. C. Leechburch, 
arr. par S. Chapelier [of France] ; 
orch., parties separees, avec piano con- 
ducteur. 4to. [244 

© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922 ; 
E 526633; Philippo, Paris. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement] 

Land of my dreams; words by Herbert 
T. Brandon, music by Cuthbert Harris 
[of Great Britain] 1. Sop. or ten. — 2. 
Mezzo-sop. or baritone. — 3. Alto or 
bass. [245 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 5, 
1922; E 528373; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Lass (The) oe Richmond Hill; words 
by W. Upton, old tune, rev. and ace. 
by G. H. Clutsam [of Great Britain] ; 
in G. (Mavfair classics, concert edi- 
tion) , [246 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526527; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Lead, kindly light; duet, poetry by 
Cardinal Newman, music by Frank 
Adlam [of England] ; sop. and con- 
tralto, or tenor and bar. [247 
© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922 ; 
E 526557; Nightingale & co., London. 

Leather (The) bottel; words tradi- 
tional, 17th century tune, rev. and ace. 
by G. H. Clutsam [of Great Britain] ; 
in E flat. (Mavfair classics, concert 
edition) [248 



© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526536; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Let me be strong; words by F. Myles, 

music by E. Carr Hardy [of England] ; 

in F. [249 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922 ; 

E 526558; Nightingale & co., London. 

Limehouse Lou ; an Anglo-Chinese 
cameo, words by R. P. Weston and 
Bert Lee, music by R. Harris-Weston 
[of England] ; in E flat, with sol-fa 
notation. [250 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 526617; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Little blue pigeon ; words by Eugene 
Field, music by E. C. Armstrong [of 
U. S.] [251 

© Dec. 21, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528203 ; Edna Campbell Armstrong, 
Hagerman, Id. 

Little (The) princess; minuet, by B. 
Percy James [of U. S.] ; piano. Bos- 
ton, New York, Chicago, Evans music 
co. (Five pieces [no. 4]) [252 

© Tan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 528402; M. T. Evans, Boston. 

Little red rooster; piano story, words 

and music bv Mathilde Bilbro [of 

U. S.] [253 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 528434 ; Hatch music co., Boston. 

Locust blossoms; words by M. Good- 
man, music by Frank W. Ford [of 
U. S.] New York, Frank Harding's 
music house. [254 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 525860; Mabel Goodman, Natchez, 
Miss. 

Lonely heart, I want you; words by 
E. M. Spatz, music by L. De Santis 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [255 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528252; E. M. Spatz and L. De 
Santis, Camden, N. J. 

Lonesome mama ; blues, words by Anna 
Welker Brown and E. Nickel, music 
by Billie Brown [of U. S.] [256 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528246 ; J. W. Jenkins' sons music 
co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Longing ; song without words, by Victor 
Benham [of Great Britain] ; piano. 

[257 
© Dec. 14, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526566; Schott & co., London. 



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Louisiana Lou, I'm coming back to 
you ; words by F. H. Murray, music 
by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [258 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528212; Frank H. Murray, New 
Bedford, Mass. 

Love me ; words and music by W. R. 
Longstreet [of U. S.] [259 

© 1 c. Dec. 13, 1921; E 528501; 
William Ransom Longstreet, Mans- 
field, Pa. 

Love me not for my gold, but for my- 
SEEF aeone; words by P. J. Monson, 
music by Norrie Bernard [of U. S.] 
New York, Lenox co. [260 

© Nov. 17, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1921 ; 
E 530039; Mrs. P. J. Monson, Fox- 
boro, Mass. 

Love (The) that once was mine; 
words bv C. J. Lonkford, music by 
George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [261 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528213; C. J. Lonkford, Dinuba, 
Calif. 

Love watches; by Charles Huerter [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [262 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 528429 ; Hatch music co., Boston. 

Love's changes ; words by W. Ficker, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] New York, Frank Harding's 
music house. [263 

© Nov. 2, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 525857; William Ficker, New Or- 
leans. 

Love's hope and love's fate; words by 
F. K. Smith, music by Clifton Keith 
[of U. S.l Long Branch, N. J., Keith's 
music pub. house. [264 

© Dec. 27, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528242 ; Francis K. Smith, Long 
Branch, N. J. 

Love's message. See Dream pictures. 

Love's morn ; words by E. F., music by 

Marx E. Oberndorfer [of U. S.] ; high, 

in G. [265 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 

E 528343 ; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

Love's old sweet song ; ballad, by Mol- 
loy, ed. and played by McNair Ilgen- 
fritz [of U.S.] (Imperial hand-played 
record, automatic electric, S 65860) 
[Music roll] [266 



© Dec. 29, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528359; Imperial player roll co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

Love's sweet echo; reverie, by Charles 
Drumheller [of U. S.], rev. and ed. 
by Carl Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [267 

© Dec. 20, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3. 1922; 
E 528191 ; Shattinger piano and music 
co., St. Louis. 

Lully (J. B.) Six pieces; by J. B. 
Lully, freely arr., ed., fingered and 
bowed by James Brown [of England] ; 
string orch. with piano, middle grade. 
(Polychordia string library, no. 105) 
Contents: 1. Gavotte.— 2. Air.— 3. Sar- 
abande. — 4. Hornpipe. — 5. Menuet. — 6. 
Cibel. [268 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1922 ; 
E 526602 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 

Ma petite Laurette; intermezzo-valse 
from the suite, Idle hours, by Percy 
Elliott, arr. by Ernest Reeves [of 
Great Britain] ; two violins, 'cello, 
bass, harmonium and piano. (Schott 
& co.'s cinema repertory, no. 120) 

[269 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 526568; Schott & co., London. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Mabel ; words and music by W. R. 
Longstreet [of U. S.] [270 

© 1 c. Dec. 13, 1921; E 528498; 
William Ransom Longstreet, Mans- 
field, Pa. 

Make up your mind, pretty Mary ; 
words by Jack McGarr, music by 
Chas. Rosoff and Victor Arden [of 
U. S.] [271 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1922; 
E 528398 ; Richmond-Robbins, inc., 
New York. 

Malay melodies ; collected and har- 
monized by C. Wells [of England, 
domiciled at Cleveland] ; piano. Bos- 
ton, Mass., Tremont music pub. co. 
Contents: 1. Pasir mas. — 2. Pinang.— 
3. Pahang.— 4. Kelantan. [272 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 528472; Carveth Wells, Cleveland. 

M aloof (Alexander) 15 Syrian pop- 
ular songs ; words Syrian and trans- 
literated, arr. by A. Maloof [of U. S.l 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Maloof music stu- 
dios. [273 
© Dec. 5, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 9, 1921 ; 
E 523633 ; Maloof phonograph co., 
Brooklyn. 



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Mamma's eueeaby ; waltz, words by- 
Phil Shapiro, music by R. Pinnavaja 
[of U. S.] op. 19. [274 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; E 528476; 
Ralph Pinnavaja, Buffalo. 

Mandy and ME; words by Edith Hux- 
ham, music by Les Richmond [of Aus- 
tralia] [275 
©'Oct. 19, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 526363; Allan & co., pty. ltd., Mel- 
bourne, Australia. 

Many promises ; words by E. S. Mc- 
Gowan, music by Robert H. Brennen 
[of U. S.] New York, Frank Hard- 
ing music house. [276 
© Dec. 29, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 525858 ■ Edwin S. McGowan, Law- 
rence, Mich. 

MartyrE; rapsodie ouverture, par Zerco 

[of France] ; orch., parties separees, 

avec piano conducteur. 4to. [277 

© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922 ; 

E 526630 ; Barrau, Luchon, France. 

Mary is a rEae good feeeow, but Mary 
is a rEae good gire ; words by Irving 
Caesar, music by Harry Akst [of 
U. S.] " [278 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; E 528378; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Mary, 'tis your wedding day; words 
and music by W. J. Mcintosh [of 
U. S.] Berkeley, Calif., Gillick co. 

[279 
© Jan. 4 1922; 2 c. Nov. 8, 1921; 
E 528514; Walter Jay Alclntosh, 
Berkeley, Calif. 

Massa's in de coed, coed ground; arr. 
by Lucy Nord [of U. S.] ; piano, with 
words. (Songs of nations) [280 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528275 ; Louis Retter music co., St. 
Louis. 

Matin virginae; eglogue, par Gabriel- 
Marie et Hans Ourdine [of France] ; 
orch., parties separees, avec piano con- 
ducteur. 4to. [281 
© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526627; Philippo, Paris. 

Mayer (Max) Seven songs; by M. 
Mayer [of Great Britain] op. 23. 

[282 
© Dec. 15, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526576; Schott & co., London. 

Maytime in England; words by Ed- 
ward Lockton, music by Frederic H. 
Cowen [of Great Britain] [283 

© Dec. 21, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526590 ; Boosey & co., London. 



Meeting (The) of the waters; words 
by Thomas Moore, air : The old head 
of Dennis, rev. and ace. by G. H. Clut- 
sam [of Great Britain] ; in G. (May- 
fair classics, concert edition) [284 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526538; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Meeodie soeEnnEeeE; transcription, by 
Herbert Bedford [of Great Britain] ; 
piano. [285 

© Dec. 7, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526563 ; Schott & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcription] 

Meme (Die) ; words and melody by R. 
Doctor [of Russia, domiciled at New 
York] [286 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 528319 
Rubin Doctor, New York. 

Memories ; by Roland Diggle [of U. S.] 
piano. [287 

© Jan. 7, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922 
E 528523 ; Hatch music co., Boston. 

Memories of thEE; words and music 
by M. L. Coopers [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [288 
© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528253 ; Marie L. Coopers, San 
Jose, Calif. 

Menuet. See Crinoline and candle 
time. — Lully (J. B.) Six pieces. 

Merry widow beues ; words and music 
by H. Gridley [of U. S.] [Photo- 
graphic copy] [289 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 528357; 
Henry Gridley, Fort Worth, Tex. 

Methods elemEntairE; par G. Witt- 
mann [of France] 32mo. 1. Clairon. — 
2. Grosse caisse and cymbales. — 3. 
Caisse claire. — 4. Trompette de cava- 
lerie.— 5. Tambour. [290-294 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. each Jan. 11, 
1922; E 526622-526626; Evette & 
Schaeffer, Paris. 

Mi meint nit di agudi nor di kneid- 

Each ; words and melody by A. 

Schwartz [of U. S.] [295 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; E 530047; 

Abe Schwartz, New York. 

Mickey O'neil., a brother of Peggy 
O'Neil ; waltz, words by Harry Pease 
and Howard Johnson, music by Ed. G. 
Nelson and Fred Coots [of U. S.], arr. 
by Win. Schulz [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[296 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 528462; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 



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Mighty like you; melody, bv T. Cum- 
ings [of U. S.] [297 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; E 528521; 
Thayer Cmnirigs, New York. 

Mignonette; valse facile, by Henry Ed- 
mond Earle [of U. S.] ; piano. Los 
Angeles, Calif., W. A. Quincke & co. 

[298 
© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1922; 
E 528519; W. A. Quincke, Los An- 
geles. 

Milk (The) maids. See Newton (Er- 
nest) Six country dances of the 18th 
century. 

Minstrel (The) boy; words by Thomas 
Moore, old tune: The Moreen, rev. and 
ace. by G. H. Clutsam [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; in F. (Mavfair classics, concert 
edition) [299 

© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526528; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Minuet. See Old (The) spinnet. 

Mobile (The) blues; words by J. A. 

Fowler, music bv Glen Snelgrove [of 

U. S.] [300 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528268; Julia A. Fowler, Mobile. 

Mocking (The) bird; arr. by Paul 
Dawson [of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, 
Mass., Bay state music co. (Well- 
known folk melodies, no. 7) [301 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528305 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Mooch (The) ; fox-trot espanola, words 

by Chris Smith, music bv Tim Brymn 

[of U. S.] [302 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 

E 528376 ; Metro music co., New York. 

Moonlight on the Mississippi ; mor- 
ceau de salon, by Charles Drumheller 
[of U. S.], ed. and rev. by Carl Wil- 
helm Kern [of U. S.] ; piano. [303 
© Dec 20, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528192 ; Shattinger piano and music 
co., St. Louis. 

Moonlight on the river; words by J. 
Bruning, music by George Graff, jr. 
of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [304 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528221 ; Jacob Bruning, Wheaton, 111. 

Morning ; by Jean Duncan [of Aus- 
tralia] ; piano. Paling edition. (Pal- 
ing's pianoforte series, no. 43) [305 



© Nov. 30, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922 ; 
E 526547; W. H. Paling & co., ltd, 
Sydney, Australia. 

words by Thomas Hey wood, music 

by Werner Josten [of Germany, dom- 
iciled at New York] ; high or medium 
voice. (Three songs) [306 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530064 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Morning (The) after blues; fox trot, 
words by R. J. Thoden, music bv Rav 
Hibbeler [of U. S.] " [307 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922 ; E 528420 ; Regi- 
nald Joseph Thoden, Manila. 

Morning (A) ride; bv Mathilde Bil- 
bro [of U. S.] ; piano. [308 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 528457; Hatch music co., Boston. 

Moro perpETUo; by Felix Swinstead [of 

Great Britain] op. 47, no. 2 ; piano. [309 

. © Dec. 19, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922 ; 

E 526496 ; Anglo-French music co., 

ltd., London. 

Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) Sin- 
fonietta in D major; by W. A. Mozart, 
arr., scored, ed., fingered and bowed 
by James Brown [of England] ; string 
orch. with piano, middle grade. (Poly- 
chordia string library, no. 102) [310 
© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1922; 
E 526601 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 

My bungalow queen ; words and music 

by W. A. Garside [of U. S.] [311 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; E 528524; 

William Alphonso Garside, Stoneham, 

Mass. 

My dream of a wonderful girt,; waltz 
song, words by James H. McDonald, 
melody by M. R. Saxbe and Myer 
Maurice Miller [of U. S.] [Photo- 
graphic copy] [312 
© 1 c. Dec. 10, 1921; E 528478; 
Marvin Richard Saxbe, Detroit. 

My fair lady o? Minnehaha land; 
words bv A. J. Nisby, music bv George 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, World 
music pub. corp. [313 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528210 ; Anthony J. Nisby, Ft. Wil- 
liam, Ontario, Canada. 

My garden of memories; words by R. 
Crippen, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. co. [314 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528219; Rebecca Crippen, Pitts- 
field, Pa. 



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332 



My girl i rom old Bagdad; words and 

music by T. Bovd [of U. S.], arr. by 

Charles M. Runyan [of U. S.] [315 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; E 528515; 

Thomas Boyd, Stockton, Calif. 

My heart is more than your gold can 
buy ; words by Emma Rennie and Wm. 
Witol, music by Everett J. Evans [of 
U. S.] [316 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 528204; 
American music pub. co., New York. 

My island home; words by E. J. Mor- 
gan, music by Edouard Hesselberg [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [317 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528248; Emma J. Morgan, Cam- 
bridge, Md. 

My eittee Suzanne; words by Allan 
Flynn, music bv Jack Egan [of U. S.] 

[318 
© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528200; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

My mother; words and music by M. E. 

Hall [of U. S.] [319 

© Dec 15, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528316; Minnie E. Hall, Indianapolis. 

My own wied rose; words by Alfred 
Austin, music by V. Morgan [of Great 
Britain, domiciled at Los Angeles] Los 
Angeles, Calif., Emrys music co. [320 
© Dec. 27, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528161 ; Vincent Morgan, Los An- 
geles. 

My Peggy dear; words and music by 
B. D. Smith [of U. S.] [321 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 528169; 
Berniece D. Smith, Denver. 

My prairie queen ; words by C. L. 
Savieo, music by George Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [322 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 530013; C. L. Savieo, Lima, O. 

My prayer; words and music by D. F. 
Keely [of U. S.] [323 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1922; 
E 528516; David Fulmer Keely, Phil- 
adelphia. 

My pretty one; lyric by W. A. Stokes, 

music by John R. Heath [of Great 

Britain] ; in G. [324 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 526374; Enoch & sons, London. 



My pretty oriental rug; words and 
melody by S. S. Jenans [of Turkey], 
arr. by William J. Quinn [of U. S.] 

[325 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; E 528526; 

Samuel Stephen Jenans, San Fran- 



Mystic (The) Nile; song fox-trot, 
words and music by P. J. Kimlin [of 
Australia] Melbourne, Reginald 
Stoneham enterprises. [326 

© Nov. 4, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922 ; 
E 526553 ; Peyton James Kimlin, Mel- 
bourne, Australia. 

N a p r z 6 d Warszawo ; patryotyczny 
spiew na jeden glos, words and music 
by J. Krygier [of U. S.] [327 

© Dec. 6, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1921 ; 
E 525139; Joseph Krygier, Philadel- 
phia. 

Naughty glances ; words by Sam Cos- 
low, melody by Sam Rose and M. 
Special [of U. S.] [328 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; E 528508; 
Mike Special, New York. 

Nearer my God to Thee ; brilliant vari- 
ations, by Otto Bollman, newly rev. ed. 
by Carl Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [329 

© Dec. 20, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528189; Shattinger piano and music 
co., St. Louis. [Copyright is claimed 
on additions, fingering, phrasing and 
pedaling] 

Nestle down ; mom-mie's lul-la-by, 
words and music by C. B. Jennings 
[of U. S.] [330 

© June 22, 1921 ; 2 c. June 24, 1921 ; 
E 530046 ; Carrie Baxter Jennings, 
Howard City, Mich. 

Newton (Ernest) Six country dances 
of the 18th century ; by E. Newton 
[of Great Britain] ; pf. Contents : 
1. Vagary O.— 2. Camelford house. — 
3. The happy shepherds. — 4. The milk 
maids. — 5. The birth day ball. — 6. 
Havering bower. [331 

© Dec. 20, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 526487; Alfred Lengnick & co., 
London. 

Night; words by G. Hubi-Newcombe, 

music by Mischa-Leon [of Denmark] ; 

in E flat. [332 

© Dec. 20, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 526584; Augener, ltd., London. 



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Night (The) brings dreams, and 
dreams bring you; words by E. J. 
Farnham, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [333 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 530014; Ethel Jackson Farnham, 
New York. 

Night (A) song; words by William B. 
Bell, music by Lutie Hodder-Wheeler 
[of U. S.] Albuquerque, N. M., 
Wheeler & co. [334 

© Dec. 27, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528259; Lutie H. Wheeler, Albu- 
querque, N. M. 

Nobody home; words by A. E. Ruhnke, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[335 
© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 530018; A. E. Ruhnke, Pittsburgh. 

Nobody loves the ladies like a sailor ; 
words and music by Harry Carlton 
and Frank W. Carter [of England] ; 
in B flat, with sol-fa notation. [336 
© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 526616; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Not lately ; words by E. Deacev, music 
by C. A. Prince [of U. S.] [337 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; E 528369; 
Clyde D. Emerson, Orange, N. J. 

Notes of gold; comp. and ed. by E. C. 

Deas [of U. S.] 8vo. [338 

© Mar. 1, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1921 ; 

aff. Dec. 14, 1921 ; A 630825 ; Edward 

C. Deas, Chicago. 

November rose, good-bye ; French ver- 
sion by Matt Woodward, English 
words and music by J. Snyder [of 
U. S.l [339 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 528392 ; Jack Snyder, New York. 

Nuthin' ; words and music by Seymour 
Simons [of U. S.] [340 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; E 528395; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

O faithful pine (O tannenbaum) ; 
transcribed by Jean Navarro [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [341 

© Dec. 20, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528178 ; Shattinger piano and music 
co., St. Louis. 

O sanctissima (O Du frohliche) ; 
transcribed by Jean Navarro [of 
U. S.] ; piano. ' [342 



© Dec. 20, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528180; Shattinger piano and music 
co., St. Louis. 

Off to the still at night; words by 
L. S. Adams, music by George Graff, 
jr. [of U. S.] New York, World 
music pub. corp. [343 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528224; Leland S. Adams, Grand' 
Junction, Col. 

Oh! beautiful flag; words and music 
by B. B. Gager [of U. S.l, ed. and 
ace. by Laura Sedgwick Collins [of 
U. S.] [344 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 528321; 
Belle Booher Gager, New York. 

Oh! don't I FEEL dizzy; why, when 
and where I lost my girl, words and 
music by W. M. Pingree [of U. S.] 
4to. [345 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 528471 ; Walter M. Pingree, Saugus 
Center, Mass. 

Oh mammy ; words and music by E. 
Nelson [of U. S.] [346 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; E 528387; 
Emmett Nelson, Annapolis. 

Oh my, oh mine; words by O. M. 
Smith, music by George Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [347 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 530007; Ora M. Smith, El Dorado, 
Ark. 

Oh ! Patie; words by M. Fontana, music 
by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [348 
© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 530001; Maud Fontana, Councir 
Bluffs, la. 

Oh ! the oak, and THE ash ; words tra- 
ditional, old tune, rev. and ace. by 
G. H. Clutsam [of Great Britain] ; in Gr 
minor. (May fair classics, concert edi- 
tion) [349 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526529; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Old (The) bay line; words by D. A. 

Langhorne, music by George Graff, jr. 

[of U. S.] New York, World music 

pub. corp. [350 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 

E 530011; D. A. Langhorne, Nor- 
. folk, Va. 



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Old (The) mill wheel; by Charles 
Huerter [of IL S.] ; piano. [351 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 528428 ; Hatch music co., Boston. 

Old (The) spinnet; miniature suite, by 
Frank Adlam [of England] ; piano. 
Contents : 1. Prelude.— 2. Minuet.— 3. 
Gavotte. — 4. Tambourin. [352 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 526556; Nightingale & co., London. 

On the day I marry Caroline; written 
and composed by Howard Flynn [of 
England] ; with sol-fa notation. [353 
© Dec. 6, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; 
E 526541 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

On the lagoons. See Southern refrains. 

One and only ; words and melody by 

E. Jeanes [of U. S.], arr. by Al Mo- 

quin [of U. S.] [354 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; E 528326 ; Effie 

Jeanes, New York. 

Pahang. See Malay melodies. 

Pal, I'm lonely ; lyric by W. Ficker, 
music by E. Wunderlich [of U. S.] 
New York, Frank Harding music house. 

[355 
© Dec. 24, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 525853; William Ficker, New Or- 
leans. 

Paling's piano folio, no. 1 ; by various 
composers, compiler [of Australia] 

[356 
© Nov. 10, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526552; W. H. Paling & co., ltd., 
Sydney, Australia. 

Pan. See Godard (Benjamin Louis Paul) 

Paquita ; Spanish fox-trot, words by 
Phil Shapiro, music 'by R. Pinnavaja 
[of Italy, domiciled at Buffalo] op. 20. 

[357 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922 ; E 528473 ; Ralph 
Pinnavaja, Buffalo. 

Pasir mas. See Malay melodies. 

Petite scene. See Suite mignonne. 

Pierrette and Pierrot. See Southern 

refrains. 
Pinang. See Malay melodies. 

Play again, piano man ; song fox-trot, 
by D. L. Warne, arr. by Sydney Baynes 
[of Great Britain] ; orch. 4to. (Boo- 
sey's orchestral journal, no. 1013) [358 



© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526594 ; Boosey & co., London, 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Please come down and finish the 
baby ; words and music by R. P. Wes- 
ton and Bert Lee [of England] ; in E 
flat, with sol-fa notation. [359 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922 ; 
E 526620; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Polka. See Suite mignonne. 

Prelude. See Coloured leaves. — Old 
(The) spinnet. 

Presentation (La) ; par Gabriel-Marie 
et Hans Ourdine [of France] ; orch., 
parties separees, avec piano-conducteur. 
4to. [360 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526632 ; Philippo, Paris. 

Printemps (Le) See Saint-Saens 
(Charles Camille) 

Prodigal's (The) pocket testament ; 
a gospel song, words and music by 
A. J. Granniss [of U. S.] 8vo. 1st 
version arr. bv W. S. P. [of U. S.] — 
2nd version arr. bv T. W. H. [of U. S.] 

[361 
© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Dec. 2, 1921; 
E 524640; Anna J. Granniss, Plain- 
ville, Conn. 

Puccini (Giacomo) La coppa : Brin- 
disi (The cup) ; from the original ver- 
sion of the opera Edgar, words by 
Ferdinande Fontana, English version 
by Frederick H. Martens, music by 
G. Puccini, arr. for concert use by A. 
Buzzi-Peccia [of Italy, domiciled at 
New York] ; medium voice. [362 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530068 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Pull the prices down ; words by Ralph 

Butler, music by Andrew de Leeuw 

[of Great Britain] [363 

© Dec. 21, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 

E 526491 ; Duncan's, London. 

Punchinello. See Dream pictures. 

Purple heights. See Coloured leaves. 

Quartet ; by H. Sandby [of Denmark] ; 
2 violins, viola and cello, sc. 12mo. 
Copenhagen, Denmark, Wilhelm Han- 
sen. [364 
© Dec. 16, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526498; Herman Sandby, Copen- 
hagen. 



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Rainbow (The) song book of original 
songs ; words by Adele Marie Shaw, 
music by Elizabeth Alden and C. 
Irving Valentine [of U. S.] 4to. [365 
© Nov. 11, 1921 ; 2 c. Nov. 17, 1921 ; 
aff. Dec. 12, 1921 ; A 653088 ; Charles 
Scribner's sons, New York. 

Rat tat tat tat; march, by Charles 

Huerter [of U. S.] ; piano. (Piano 

pieces of early grades) [366 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 528432; Hatch music co., Boston. 

Red bud ; words by A. M. Clark, music 
by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [367 
© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528220; Adelaide McClellan Clark, 
Lockhart, Tex. 

Reve d' Hawai ; valse, par Georges 
D'Aguerre [of France] ; orch., parties 
separees, avec piano conducteur. Pa- 
ris, Amouroux. 4to. [368 



© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526636; G. d'Aguerre, Neuilly, 
France. 



Reves dores ; air de ballet, par Henri 
Sapin [of France] op. 32; orch., 
parties separees, avec piano conduc- 
teur. 4to. [369 
© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526628 ; Henri Sapin, Levallois-Per- 
ret, France. 

Rhapsodie norvegiEnne no. 2 ; by 
Johan Halvorsen [of Norway] ; grand 
orch. sc. (Wilhelm Hansen edition, 
no. 2111) [370 

© Dec. 16, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526504; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Rhythmic sight-singing; pt. 1, dia- 
tonic, by C. C. Doorly [of England, 
domiciled in U. S.] 16mo. [371 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528331 ; Chas. C. Doorly, Brooklyn. 

Ride of the cowboy ; by Gertrude Ross 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [372 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 

E 528344; J. Fischer & bro., New 

York. 

Rippling waters ; caprice elegante, by 
Charles Drumheller [of U. S.], new 
edition ed. and rev. by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern [of U. S.] ; piano. [373 

© Dec. 20, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528193 ; Shattinger piano and music 
co., St. Louis. [Copyright is claimed 
on additions, fingering, phrasing and 
pedaling] 



Robin Adair; words by Robert Burns, 
old tune, revision and ace. by G. H. 
Clutsam [of Great Britain] ; in A flat. 
(May fair classics, concert edition) 

[374 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526516; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Romance; by Hermann Frommel, tran- 
scribed by James H. Rogers [of 
U. S.] ; organ. [375 

© Jan. 7, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528469; Harold Flammer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on tran- 
scription] 

Romanesca. See Tone-pictures from 
Italy. 

Rose Fanning junior march; by Carl 

Sontag [of U. S.] ; piano. [376 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528271 ; Louis Retter music co., 

St. Louis. 

Rose leaf waltz ; by Ch. Brunner [of 
U. S.] ; piano; (Two pleasing waltzes) 

[377 
© Dec. 25, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528176; Shattinger piano and music 
co.. St. Louis. 

Rose of Spain; Juanita, words by H. 
Aldas, French tr. by R. Elie, music 
by Roger Jalowicz [of Great Britain] 
op. 6. [378 

© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526591 ; Boosey & co., London. 

Rosebud waltz ; by C. Becht [of U. S.] ; 

piano. (Two pleasing waltzes) [379 

© Dec. 25, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528177; Shattinger piano and music 

co., St. Louis. 

Rosette; entr'acte de ballet from the 
suite Idle hours, by Percy Elliott, arr. 
by Ernest Reeves [of Great Britain] ; 
two violins, 'cello, bass, harmonium 
and piano. (Schott & co.'s cinema 
repertory, no. 118) [380 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526570; Schott & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Safety eirst; one step, by Phil Davis 
[of Great Britain] ; orch. with piano 
conductor. 4to. (Boosey's orches- 
tral journal, no. 1012) [381 
© Dec. 8, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526595 ; Boosey & co., London. 



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399 



piano. [382 

© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526587 ; Boosey & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Sailor's family, once sad, now re- 
joice;; words by Mrs. J. W. Cham- 
bers, music by Ray Hibbeler [of 
U. S.] [383 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528265 ; Mrs. J. W. Chambers, Cen- 
tralia, 111. 

Saint- Saens (Charles Camille) 
Aux aviateurs; paroles et musique de 
C. Saint- Saens [of France] ; two 
treble voices. [384 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 530036; 
Hinds, Hayden & Eldredge, inc., New 
York. 

Le printemps ; paroles de Jean de 

La Fontaine, musique de Saint- Saens 
[of France] ; two treble voices. [385 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 530035; 
Hinds, Hayden & Eldredge, inc., New 
York, 

Salida (La) de Carranza; song and 
historic recitative, words and music by 
G. J. Gonzalez [of Mexico, domiciled 
at New York] ; tambor and cornet ace. 

[386 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 528412; 
Guillermo Jose Gonzalez, New York. 

Sally in our alley; words by Carey, 
old tune, rev. and ace. by G. H. Clut- 
sam [of Great Britain] ; in B flat. 
(Mayfair classics, concert edition) [387 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526522; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

San eairy Ann : ca n'fait rien, fox- 
trot, by Armand Falk [of England] ; 
piano. [388 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 526555; Nightingale & co., London. 

Sandman (The) ; by Charles Huerter 

[of U. S.] ; piano. (Piano pieces of 

early grades) [389 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 528430; Hatch music co., Boston. 

by Ella Ketterer [of U. S.] ; piano. 

(Play-time stories for the piano) [390 
© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 528459 ; Hatch music co., Boston. 

Sarabande. See Lully (J. B.) Six 
pieces. 



Scandal; words by A. Lipschutz, mel- 
ody by J. Maser [of U. S.] [391 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; E 530049; Abe 
Lipschutz and Jack Maser, Phila- 
delphia. 

Scaramouche; scene de ballet, by Kar- 

malina Pauer [of U. S.] op. 3, no. 1; 

piano. [392 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; E 530044; Mrs. 

Carmel Sullivan Pauer, Cleveland. 

Seeker (The) ; by James P. Dunn [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Enchanted dancer, 
no. 5071) [393 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528337; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Sen tenna valsE; by Leslie Jennings 
[of England], arr. by John B. Forrester 
[of England] ; piano. [394 

© Dec. 16, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; 
E 526543 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Serenade; by Arthur Baynon [of Great 
Britain] ; violin and piano. [395 

© Nov. 30, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526581 ; Augener, ltd., London. 

Seven last words of Christ ; Latin text 
from holy Scripture, English hymns 
from the works of John B. Young and 
Frederick W. Faber, music by J. J. 
Roberts [of U. S.] ; two sops, alto and 
chorus. 4to. [396 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528303 ; John J. Roberts, Worcester, 
Mass. 

She's beautiful, but dumb; words by 
Billv Rose, music by Fred Fisher [of 
U. S.], arr. by Geo. Holman [of U. S.] 

[397 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; E 528511; 
Fred Fisher, inc., New York. 

She's just a plain old-fashioned girl; 
words and music by Emma Bigelow 
Wilson [of U. S.] [398 

© Dec. 27, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528261 ; Strand music pub. co., Lan- 
sing, Mich. 

Sheik (The) of Araby ; fox trot, by 
Smith, Wheeler, and' Snyder, ed. by 
McNair Ilgenfritz [of U. S.], played 
by Charley Straight. (Imperial hand- 
plaved record, automatic electric, S 
65900) [Music roll] [399 

© Dec. 29, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528368; Imperial player roll co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed of 
editing] 



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Show me the eight ; words by G. F. 
Dean, music by J. Matthews [of Eng- 
land] Bristol, General pub. syndicate, 
ltd. [400 

© Oct. 15, 1921 ; 1 c. Nov. 14, 1921 ; 
E 526495 ; Joseph Matthews and George 
Frederick Dean, Bristol, England. 

SiEbEr (Ferdinand) 17 solfeggios; by 
F. Sieber, op. 35 ; newly ed. by Edgar 
T. Everts [of Great Britain] ; bass. 
4to. (Augener's edition, no. 6841) [401 
© Dec. 23, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526577 ; Augener, ltd., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing] 

Siebermixe (Die) (The silver nymph) ; 
mazurka brillante, by Carl Heins, op. 
164, ed. by Carl Wilhelm Kern [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [402 

© Dec. 20, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528196; Shattinger piano and music 
co., St. Louis. [Copyright is claimed 
on additions, fingering, phrasing, and 
pedaling] 

Silent, oh MoylE ; words by Thomas 
Moore, old tune, Arrah, my dear Eve- 
leen, rev. and ace. by G. H. Clutsam 
[of Great Britain] ; in G minor. (May- 
fair classics, concert edition) [403 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526530; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Silver ; poem by Walter de la Mare, 

music by Victor Harris [of U. S.] ; 

high voice, in F. [404 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528340 ; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

words by Walter de la Mare, music 

by Victor Harris [of U. S.] ; chorus 
women's voices. 4to. [405 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528332 ; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Silver sands oe eovE; naughty Hawaii, 
words by Jack Yellen and Alma San- 
ders, music by Monte Carlo and Louis 
Breau [of U. S.] [406 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528171 ; Forster music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. 

Sineonietta in D major. See Mozart 
(Wolfgang Amadeus) 

Snake (The) charmer. See Tone- 
pictures from India. 

Snow queen ; waltz, by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern [of U. S.] op. 447, no. 1 ; piano. 
Lawrence, Mass., Bay state music co. 
(Storiettes told in music, no. 1) [407 



© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528309 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Snowman (The) ; by Ella Ketterer [of 

U. S.] ; piano. (Plav-time stories for 

the piano) [408 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 528460; Hatch music co., Boston. 

Soldier's march ; by Edwin Vaile Mc- 
Intyre [of U. S.] ; piano. (Modern 
miniatures from fairyland) [409 

© Dec. 20, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528187; Shattinger piano and music 
co., St. Louis. 

Solemnity; march, by R. Pinnavaja [o.f 

Italy, domiciled at Buffalo] op. 18; 

piano. [410 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; E 528474; 

Ralph Pinnavaja, Buffalo. 

Solitude. See Dream pictures. 



words and music by F. S. 

of U. S.], arr. by D. J. 

[411 

Jan. 3, 1922; E 528416; 

S. Randall, Duluth, Minn. 

jazz ; from A to Z, words 

by Helen Trix [of U. S.] ; 

with sol-fa notation. [412 

22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922 ; 

; Francis, Day & Hunter, 



bOME one; 
Randall [ 
Michaud. 

© 1 c 
Frederick 

Some quiet 
and music 
in E flat, 
© Dec. 
E 526610 
London. 

Someday, — somewhere, — dearie ; words 

by Rita Winter, music by D. A. Lewis 

[of U. S.] [413 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 528435; 

Dan A. Lewis, Mendota, 111. 

Song oe a Briton; by Leonard Butler 
[of Great Britain] ; piano. [414 

© Nov. 30, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526580; Augener, ltd., London. 

Song without words; three-part song, 
music by A. Walter Kramer [of U. S.] 
op. 45, no. 4b ; women's voices. 
(Choruses in octavo form, no. 5076) 

[415 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528333; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Songs oe the Hebrides ; v. 3, collected 
and arr. by Marjory Kennedy-Fraser 
and Kenneth Macleod [of Great Brit- 
ain] Gaelic and English words. [416 
© Dec. 16, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526596; Boosey & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on collection and 
arrangement] 



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433 



Sorrow of Mydath ; from Salt water 
ballads, words by John Masefield, mu- 
sic by Malcolm Davidson [of Great 
Britain] ; high voice. [417 

© Dec. 6, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526506; Winthrop Rogers, ltd., 
London. 

Southern retrains ; four episodes, by 
Percy Elliott [of Great Britain] ; 
piano. Contents: 1. Pierrette and 
Pierrot. — 2. On the lagoons. — 3. Blue 
skies.— 4. Cachucha. [418 

© Dec. 16, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526561 ; Schott & co., London. 

Spanish serenade; by Gertrude Ross 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [419 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528345; J. Fischer & bro., New 

York. 

Spirit lake; gavotte elegante, by Charles 
Drumheller [of U. S.], newly rev. by 
Carl Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[420 
© Dec. 20, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528194; Shattinger piano and music 
co., St. Louis. [Copyright is claimed 
on additions, pedaling, phrasing and 
fingering] 

Spreading the blues ; words and mel- 
ody by D. A. Sarli [of U. S.] ; violin 
ace. [421 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; Z 528388; 
Domenic A. Sarli, St. Louis. 

Spring's messengers ; romance, by 
Percy Elliott, arr. by Ernest Reeves 
[of Great Britain] ; two violins, 'cello, 
bass, harmonium and piano. (Schott 
& co.'s cinema repertorv, no. 90) 

[422 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 526572; Schott & co., London. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Stand firm ; words by Gertrude W. 

Seibert, music by M. "L. McPhail [of 

U. S.l [423 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 

E 528410 ; Hope pub. co., Chicago. 

Star (The) and the rose; words by 

T. E. Jeffords, music by E. F. Jores 

[of U. S.] [424 

© 1 c. Dec. 13, 1921; E 523738; 

Ernest Franz Jores, Brooklyn. 

Steal away to Dixie; words and mel- 
ody by Henry Creamer and Turner 
Lavton [of U. S.], arr. by T. Layton. 

[425 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 528461; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 



Step by step; words by Kate Ulmer, 
music by M. L. McPhail [of U. S.] 

[426 
© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 528407 ; Hope pub. co., Chicago. 

Step by step with Christ; words and 

music by Hattie Collins [of U. S.], 

arr. by Marie Martin [of U. S.] [427 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528270; Hattie Collins, Detroit. 

Still day. See Coloured leaves. 

Stop Stephen, right where you are; 
words and music by W. H. Rhoads 
[of U. S.], arr. by' Frank Black [of 
U. S.] ; piano, with words. [428 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; E 528379; Wil- 
liam Hood Rhoads, Ashbourne, Pa. 

Stornellata amara; versi di N. Ger- 

vasio, musica di L. Herbin [of Italy] 

4to. [429 

© Dec. 10, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 

E 530045 ; P. Eliseo & son, New York. 

Suite mignonne; by Jean Sibelius, op. 
98a, arr. by H. M. Higgs [of Great 
Britain] ; salon orch. 4to. (Chappell 
& co.'s salon orchestral journal, no. 
139) Contents: 1. Petite scene. — 2. 
Polka.— 3. Epilogue. [430 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 526470; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Sultane ; flower of the Orient, words 
by H. Young, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] New York, World 
music pub. corp. [431 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528254 ; Harry Young, Edgewater, 
N. Y. 

Sumer is icumEn in ; words anon., 
English version by A. Spingarn, music 
by Werner Josten [of Germany, domi- 
ciled at New York] ; high or medium 
voice. (Three songs) [432 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530065; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Summer holidays (Les belles vacan- 
ces) ; cantata for children's voices, 
French words by Pierre Girard, Eng- 
lish version by E. M. Lockwood, music 
by Jaques-Dalcroze [of Switzerland] : 
solo and chorus. [433 

© Dec. 7, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526578; Augener, ltd., London. 



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Summer memories; melodie, by Herbert 

Grant [of U. S.] ; piano. [434 

© Dec. 29, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528330; B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston. 

Sun oE my soul ; sacred song", words by 
John Keble, music by H. C. Macdou- 
gall [of U. S.] 1. In F.— 2. In D. [435 
© Tan. 5, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 5, 
1922; E 528372; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Sunset; by Jean Duncan [of Australia] ; 
piano. Paling edition. (Paling's piano- 
forte series, no. 49) [436 
© Nov. 30, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526551 ; W. H. Paling & co., ltd., 
Sydney, Australia. 

Swallow's (The) song; by J. M. Bald- 
win [of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, 
Mass., Bay state music co. [437 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528311; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

SwEET daddy, I i.ovE you ; from A to Z, 
words and music by Helen Trix [of 
U. S.] ; in D. [438 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922 ; 
E 526609; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Sweet Kentucky moon ; waltz ballad, 
words and music by Claire Collin Piper 
[of U. S.] [439 

© Jan. 2, 1922; 2 c. Tan. 3, 1922; 
E 528174 ; Bromley & Piper, Los An- 
geles. 

Sweet eitteE mother o' mine; words 
by R. Polin, music by George Graff, jr., 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [440 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 530017; Ralph Polin, Maiden, Mass. 

Sweet mothers ; words and music by 
L. B. A. Kelly [of U. S.] [441 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 530037; Leo B. A. Kelly, Phila- 
delphia. 

Sweetest dearest one; words by D. 
Kubert, music by George Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [442 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 530008 ; David Kubert, Philadelphia. 

Sylvan rEvEes; by B. Percy James [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Boston, New York, 
Chicago, Evans music co. (Five pieces 
[no. 5]) [443 



© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 528403 ; M. T. Evans, Boston. 

Taj-Mahai. by moonlight. See Tone- 
pictures from India. 

Tambourtn. See Old (The) spinnet. 

Tarantei.ee. See Tone-pictures from 
Italy. 

Te Deum laudamus; canticle, sacred 
words, music by Bernard Johnson [of 
England] ; four-part chorus of mixed 
voices, organ ace, in A. (G. S. 8vo 
choruses, no. 6960) [444 

© Dec. 3, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 9, 1921 ; 
E 523586 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Teasin'; words and music by Bob Carle- 
ton, J. Brandon Walsh, and Paul Biese 
[of U. S.] [445 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 528374 ; Broadway music corp.. New 
York. 

Teddy; melodv by V. F. Kasperski [of 
U. S.] , [446 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 528162; 
Vincent Frank Kasperski, Detroit. 

Tee-pEE blues; Indian chief's lament, 
words and music by Roy Bargy, Roger 
Lewis and Ernie Erdman [of U. S.] 

[447 
© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 528463 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Thanks to you; ballad, words by How- 
ard Johnson and Sam Landers, music 
by Violinskv [pseud, of Solly Ginsberg, 
of U. S.] [448 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 528465 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

That doesn't mean a thing; words by 
Jack Yellen, music by Abe Olman [of 
U. S.] [449 

^© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528170; Forster music publisher, 
inc., Chicago. 

That rose oe mine; words by C. D. 
Notter, music by Fred West [of U. S.T 
New York, Bizet music pub. co. [450 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 528389; Chester David Notter, Bra- 
zil, Ind. 

There's a girlie waiting for me in 
Tennessee; by Maurice Mann [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [451 

© 1 c. Dec. 27, 1921; E 525696; 
Maurice Oliver Mann, Winchendon, 
Mass. 



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no. 1, 1922 



467 



There's a good time coming by and 
by ; from Fantasia, words by Edward 
Knoblock, music by Melville Gideon 
[of England] ; with sol-fa notation. 

[452 
© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922 ; 
E 526613; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

There's a kingdom 'round the corner; 
words by E. Llewellyn, music by 
George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [453 
© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 530015 ; Edmund Llewellyn, Colo- 
rado Springs, Col. 

There's a song in my heart; words 
and music bv D. F. Keelv [of U. S.] 

[454 
© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1922; 
E 528517; David Fulmer Keely, Phila- 
delphia. 

There's an old-fashioned garden ; 
words by Mrs. L. Miller, music bv 
George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [455 
© Tan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 530002; Mrs. Lester Miller, Mil- 
waukee. 

There's more music in a grand baby 
than there is in a baby grand; 
words by Clarence J. Marks, music by 
Jack Stern and Norah Lee Haymond 
[of U. S.l ' [456 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 528456; Ben Schwartz music co., 
inc., New York. 

There's only one thing; from Fan- 
tasia, words by Arthur Anderson, music 
by Melville Gideon of England] ; in F, 
with sol-fa notation. [457 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922 ; 
E 526612; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Thinking of love (Pensee d'amour) ; 
waltz song, words by Millard G. 
Thomas, music by A. Carbonneau [of 
Canada] Quebec, Canada, P. L. Fre- 
nette. ' [458 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526560 ; Alfred Carbonneau, Quebec, 
Canada. 

Those sad brown eyes ; words by R. C. 
Arnott, music by George Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [459 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528225; Ray C. Arnott, Spokane, 
Wash. 

2400—22 3 



Thoughts and feelings ; words by W. 
Ficker, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] New York, Harding mu- 
sic house. [460 
© Dec. 24, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 525854; William Ficker, New Or- 
leans. 

Three-fours; valse suite, by S. Cole- 
ridge-Taylor, arr. by Oliver King [of 
Great Britain] ; organ, no. 1, 6. 

[461, 462 
© Dec. 16, 1921; 1 c. each Jan. 11, 
1922; E 526582, 526583; Augener, ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Three stars ; solo and quartette, words 
by M. Olive Hill, music by Lutie 
Hodder-W'heeler [of U. S.] Albu- 
querque, N. M., Wheeler & co. [463 
© Nov. 26, 1921 ; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1921 ; 
E 524581; Lutie-Wheeler, Albuquer- 
que, N. M. 

To people who have gardens ; words 
by Agnes Mure McKenzie, air from 
Marion McLeod, arr. by Marjory Ken- 
nedy-Fraser [of Great Britain] 
(Songs of the Hebrides) [464 

© Nov. 25, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526593 ; Boosey & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Toccata. See Bach (Johann Sebastian) 

Told at sunset; reverie, by F. A. 
Schiefelbein [of U. S.] ; piano. Mill- 
vale, Pa., Schiefelbein pub. co. [465 
© Dec. 27, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528263 ; Fred A. Schiefelbein, Mill- 
vale, Pa. 

Tom Bowling ; words and music by Dib- 
din, rev. and ace. by G. H. Clutsam 
[of Great Britain] ; in E flat. (May- 
fair classics, concert edition) [466 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526532; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Tone-pictures from India ; five char- 
acteristic pieces, by Hamilton Rees 
[of England] ; piano. Contents : 1. 
Taj -Mahal by moonlight. — 2. Where 
the Ganges flows. — 3. In the garden of 
Kashmir. — 4. The snake ■ charmer. — 5. 
In the native quarter. [467 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1922; 
E 526600 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 

Tone-pictures from Italy; by Hamil- 
ton Rees [of England] ; piano. Con- 
tents : 1. The bells of Verona. — 2. 



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468 



pt. ni,n..s.,v. 17 



Romanesca. — 3. In a gondola . — 4. 

Tarantelle. [468 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1922; 

E 526599 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 

Tragico; de Charles Quef, orchestration 
de Aug. Zurfluh [of France] ; orch., 
parties separees, avec piano conduc- 
teur. 4to. (Collection adaptations, 
serie noire, no. 3) [469 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526634 ; Bons auteurs, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Trip (A) to loveland; waltz song and 
cho., words by W. Ficker, music by 
E[dward] Hanson [of U. S.] New 
York, Frank Harding music pub. 
house. [470 

© Dec. 24, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 525859; William Ficker, New Or- 
leans. 

Truant (The) nymph; by James P. 
Dunn [of U. S.] ; piano. (Enchanted 
dancer, no. 5068) [471 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528339; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Trumpet (The) shall sound; words 
from the Bible, music by John Prindle 
Scott [of U. S.] ; low in E flat. [472 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528258 ; Harold Flammer, inc., New 
York. 

Tug oe war ; one step, by Will D. Moyer 
[of U. S.] ; ten. banjo solo. [473 

© Dec. 2, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1921 ; 
E 524738 ; Wm. C. Stahl, Milwaukee. 

Twilight; by Jean Duncan [of Aus- 
tralia] ; piano. Paling edition. (Pal- 
ing's pianoforte series, no. 42) [474 
© Nov. 30, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526550; W. H. Paling & co., ltd., 
Sydney, Australia. 

Twilight meditation. See Dream pic- 
tures. 

Twilight memories ; by Donald D. 
Lowmiller [of U. S.] op. 4; piano. 

[475 

© Dec. 29, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528198; Shattinger piano and music 
co., St. Louis. 

Twilight's benediction ; words and mu- 
sic by M. V. Bascome [of Bermuda] 

[476 

© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 526370; Maud V. Bascome, Pem- 
broke, Bermuda. 



Two little brownies ; by Ella Ketterer 

[of U. S.] ; piano. (Play -time stories 

for the piano) [477 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 528423; Hatch music co., Boston. 

Um u.m I love you so ; words and music 
by W. R. Longstreet [of U. S.] [478 
© 1 c. Dec. 13, 1921; E 528499; 
William Ransom Longstreet, Mans- 
field, Pa. 

Under Arabian skies; fox trot, words 
and music by Emma Bigelow Wilson 
[of U. S.] [479 

© Dec. 27, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528262 ; Strand music pub. co., 
Lansing, Mich. 

Vagary O. See Newton (Ernest) Six 
country dances of the 18th century. 

ValsE. See Coloured leaves. 

Valse de concert; by Wieniawski, op. 
3, ed. by McNair Ilgenfritz [of U. S.], 
played by Mary Angell. (Imperial 
hand played record no. 65810) [Music 
roll] [480 

© Dec. 29, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528361 ; Imperial player roll co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

Vendetta (La corse tragique) ; de H. 
de Sorbo [of France] ; orch., parties 
separees, avec piano-conducteur. 4to. 
(Collection adaptations, serie noire, 
no. 4) [481 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526635 ; Bons auteurs, Paris. 

Venetian love boat : fox trot, by Magine 
& Koehler, ed. by McNair Ilgenfritz 
[of U, S.], played by Jack Clyde. (Im- 
perial hand-plaved record, automatic 
electric, S 65880) [Music roll] [482 
© Dec. 29, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528362 ; Imperial player roll co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

words and music by Frank Ma- 
gine and Ted Koehler [of U. S.l [483 
. © Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 528466 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Vesper bells; reverie religioso, by 
Charles Drumheller [of U. S.], newly 
ed. and rev. by Carl Wilhelm Kern [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [484 

© Dec. 20, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528195 ; Shattinger piano and music 
co., St. Louis. [Copyright is claimed 
on additions, fingering, phrasing, and 
pedaling] 



28 



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no. 1, 1922 



503 



Victory for Jesus; words by Lizzie 

DeArmond, music by M. L. McPhail 

[of U. S.] [485 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 

E 528405 ; Hope pub. co., Chicago. 

VillanELLE of firelight ; words by 

Naomi N. Carvalho, music by Cyril 

Scott [of England] ; in C. [486 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1922; 

E 526475 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Viviana ; march, one-step, fox-trot, by 
Cliffe Jewels [of Great Britain] ; piano. 

[487 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526588 ; Boosey & co., London. 

We are growing old, dear wife ; words 
and music by F. E. Morton [of U. S.] 

[488 

© Dec. 27, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528240 ; F. Estelle Morton, Salem, O. 

We lingered at the garden gate, my 

own TRUE love and I ; words and music 

by J. F. Curtice [of U. S.] [489 

© Dec. 23, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 

E 528173; J. F. Curtice, Indianapolis. 

What a wonderful change! words by 

Gertrude W. Seibert, music by M. L. 

McPhail [of U. S.] [490 

© Jan. 3, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922 ; 

E 528409 ; Hope pub. co., Chicago. 

What God gave to old Erin ; words by 
E. L. Craft, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U". S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [491 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 530000; Elden Lee Craft, Ports- 
mouth, Va. 

What might have been ; words and 

music by L. W. Klemme [of U. S.], 

arr. by Geo. Beach [of U. S.] [492 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 528205; Louis 

W. Klemme, New York. 

When a coon looks at the moon; 
words and melody by Billy Baskette 
[of U. S.], arr. by Al W. Brown [of 
U. S.] [493 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; E 528520; 
Misses Howard and Sadler, New York. 

When I survey the wondrous cross ; 
sacred song, words by Isaac Watts, 
music by Sydney Thomson [of U. S.] ; 
high or medium voice, with organ ace. 

[494 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 

E 530062 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 



When Jackie Frost ran away ; by J. M. 
Baldwin [of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, 
Mass., Bay state music co. [495 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528307 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

When me ould mother's singing in 
Ireland, 'tis a message lrom heaven 
to me ; words and melody by Thomas 
Francis Happy Farrell [of U. S.] [496 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 528353; 
Thomas Francis Farrell, Worcester. 

When old Ireland goes FREE ; words by 
C. J. Ward and M. Denny, music bv 
Seymour Furth [of U. S.] [497 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922 ; E 528518 ; C. J. 
Ward and M. Dennv, Fort Wadsworth, 
N. Y. 

When shall we MEET again ; waltz, by 
Egan and Whiting, ed. by McNair II- 
genfritz [of U. S.], played by Gurnell 
Anderson, assisted by R. H. (Imperial 
hand-plaved record, automatic electric, 
S 65890) [Music roll] [498 

© Dec. 29, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528367 ; Imperial player roll co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

When she whispered to me; words 
bv J. J. Brennan, music by George 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York. 
World music pub. corp. [499 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528222 ; Jas. J. Brennan, Collie, West 
Australia. 

When the Christmas bells are call- 
ing; words and music by J. Cleve, 
Arthur Stroud and Valentine Watson 
of England] [500 

© Dec. 9, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; 
E 526539 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

When the light of love breaks 
through ; words and music bv Hol- 
land L. Boyd [of U. S.] [501 
© Jan. l", 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528324; B. B. Bateman, Knoxville, 
Tenn. 

When you are near ; words by S. F. 
Lazarus, melody by L. Sampson [of 
U. S.] [502 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; E 528509; 
Sidney F. Lazarus and Louis Sampson, 
New York. 

When you lose the brilliance of 
those pretty eyes ; words by G. W. 
Kildare, music by Norrie Bernard [of 
U. S.] New York, Lenox co. [503 



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504 



pt. iii; n. s., v. 17 



© Nov. 17, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1921 ; 
E 530038 ; George W. Kildare, Jersey 
City. 

Where that dear ou> Hudson flows; 
words by D. G. Barry, music by Nor- 
rie Bernard [of U. S.] New York, 
Lenox co. [504 

© Nov. 17, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1921 ; 
E 530040; D. G. Barry, Whitestone, 
N. Y. 

Where the Ganges flows. See Tone- 
pictures from India. 

Where the mountains oe Caha run 
down to the SEA ; words and melody 
by Thomas Francis Happy Farrell [of 
U. S.] [505 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 528352; 
Thomas Francis Farrell, Worcester. 

Whistle your cares away; words by 
George Arthurs, music by R. Penso 
[of England] ; in G, with sol-fa nota- 
tion. [506 
© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 526614; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Why Christ died; words and music by 
R. Harkness [of Australia, domiciled 
at Los Angeles] [507 

© June 15, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528168 ; Robert Harkness, Los An- 
geles. 

Widower's (The) lament; song bur- 
lesque, with cho. adapted from an old 
refrain, words and music by W. D. 
Sym [of Canada] Toronto, Canada, 
Whaley, Royce & co. [508 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 1 c. Jan.. 3, 1922; 
E 526371; W. D. Sym, Vancouver, 
Canada. 

Wild violets. See Echoes of spring. 

WlMMIN, I GOT TO HAVE 'EM THAT'S ALL ; 

novelty one step, from Midnight round- 
ers, by Eddie Cantor and Fred Fisher, 
arr. by Lee Terry [of U. S.] ; vocal 
orch. 4to. [509 

© Oct. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1922 ; 
E 528497; Fred Fisher, inc., New 
York. 

Wind dance ; by James P. Dunn [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Enchanted dancer, 
no. 5069) [510 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528338; J. Fischer & bra, New 
York. 



Windflowers (The) ; words by Ruther- 
ford McLeod, music by Werner Josten 
[of Germany, domiciled at New York] ; 
high or medium voice. (Three songs) 

[511 
© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530063 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Wintry wind; by Cedric W. Lemont 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (Winter emblems) 

[512 
© Dec. 20, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528184; Shattinger piano and music 
co., St. Louis. 

With Canada's freedom old Ireland 
is free; words and music by W. C 
Traher [of Canada] [513 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 526368; 
Wilfred Charles Traher, London, 
Canada. 

With the silence of the night ; words 
by G. Estrella, music by George Graff, 
jr. [of U. S.] New York, World mu- 
sic pub. corp. [514 
© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528218; G. Estrella, Chicago. 

Within a mile of Edinboro' town; 
words by Tom D'Urfey, old tune, rev. 
and ace. by G. H. Clutsam [of Great 
Britain] ; in F. (Mayfair classics, 
concert edition) [515 

© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526531 ; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Woodland (The) flirt; a bird flirta- 
tion, by Ring-Hager [of U. S.] ; orch. 
with piano conducteur. (Belwin con. 
ed. no. 75) [516 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 528328 ; Belwin, inc., New York. 

Work and pay; words by T. J. Hona- 
ker, music by Edouard Hesselberg [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [517 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528251; T. J. Honaker, Charleston, 
W. Va. 

World wide revival songs, no. 2 ; com- 
piled by James G. Garth, ed. by Albert 
C. Fisher [of U. S.] 8vo. [518 

© Sept. 15, 1921 ; 2 c. Oct. 18, 1921 ; 
aff. Dec. 16, 1921 ; A 630827 ; Federa- 
tion pub. co., Siloam Springs, Ark. 



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no. 1, 1922 



528 



Ye banks and braes ; words by Robert 
Burns, old tune, revision and ace. by 
G. H. Clutsam [of Great Britain] ; in 
A flat. (Mayfair classics, concert edi- 
tion) [519 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 526519; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Yesterday (A) ; words by Thomas 

Jones, jr. [music by C. Edwards, of 

U. S.] [520 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 528454; 

Clara Edwards, New York. 

Yisker noch die pogromEn ; words and 
melody by R. Doctor [of Russia, domi- 
ciled at New York] [521 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 528318; 
Rubin Doctor, New York. 

You; words by Campbell McCay, mu- 
sic by Edith Harrhy [of Australia] 

[522 
© Oct. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 526364 ; Allan & co., pty. ltd., Mel- 
bourne, Australia. 

You'll never know ; words by L. Haag, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[523 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528217 ; Leonard Haag, Lawrence- 
burg, Ind. 



You're a beautieul flower to me; 
words and music by Ben Schwartz [of 
U. S.] [524 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1922; 
E 528507; Ben Schwartz music co., 
inc., New York. 

You're the one little girl eor ,mE; 

words and music by A. Thompson [of 

U. S.] [525 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; E 528390; 

Albert Thompson, St. Clair, Pa. 

Your isle and mine; words by E. R. 
Brown, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [526 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 530005; Edith R. Brown, San An- 
tonio. 

Yuletide melodies; by Dudley Ryder 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [527 

© Dec. 20, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 528179; Shattinger piano and music 

co., St. Louis. 

Zimowe wieczory ; wale, by W. La- 
decke [of U. S.], arr. by W. K. Gri- 
gaitis [of U. S.] ; piano. [528 

© Dec. 27, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 528244; Joseph Krygier, Philadel- 
phia. 



Number of entries included in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1922: 

Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions (including 1 unpublished) 2 

Class E, Musical compositions (including 82 unpublished) 526 

Total ._ 528 



31 



LIST OF MUSIC OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED AND EXTENDED UNDER SEC. 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 
4. 1909. . [528 



Angels roll the rock away ; hymn for 
Easter, by E. Marzo ; high voice. [ 1 
© Eduardo Marzo, New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19246, Nov. 14, 1921. Origi- 
nal entry, Feb. 1, 1894, no. 8116. 

Arabella; impromptu, by A. Sartorio, 
op. 97. [2 

© Arnoldo Sartorio, Crefeld, Ger- 
many, as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 19337, Dec. 3, 1921. 
Original entry, Dec. 28, 1893, no. 57787. 

Bates' (The W. J.) system of har- 
mony FOR PIANOS AND ORGANS ; b\ r 

W. J. Bates. [3 

© William Joseph Bates, Elgin, III, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19224, Oct. 24, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Oct. 27, 1893, no. 47941. 

Behold! I bring you good tidings; by 
Geo. F. Root. [4 

© Clara Louise Burnham, Chicago, 
as the child of the deceased author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19221, Oct. 24, 1921. Original entry, 
Dec. 7, 1893, no. 54168. 

Cast me not away ; offertory anthem, 
by H. P. Danks. [5 

© Albert V. Danks, New York, as 
the child of the deceased author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 19217, 
Oct. 24, 1921. Original entry, Nov. 24, 
1893, no. 52394. 

Christmas caroe annual, no. 9; by 
various authors. Grace collection. [6 
© Wm. A. Pond & co., New York, 
as proprietors, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19230, Oct. 25, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Oct. 28, 1893, no. 48300. 

Col. Philbrook ; march, bv R. B. Hall ; 
band. [7 

© Mrs. R. B. Hall-Philbrook, % 
Carl Fischer, New York, as the widow 
of the author, in renewal for 28 A-ears. 
Renewal no. 19352, Dec. 7, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Apr. 3, 1894, no. 7751. 



Delight (Diletto) ; waltz song, with 
English and Italian words, by I. Luck- 
stone. 1. In D.— 2. In E flat. [8 
© Isidore Luckstone, New York, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19247, Nov. 14, 1921. 
Original entry, Feb. 8, 1894, no. 9392, 
9393. 

Dunlap commandery; march, by R. B. 
Hall; band. [9 

© Mrs. R. B. Hall-Philbrook, % 
Carl Fischer, New York, as the widow 
of the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19348, Dec. 7, 1921 . Orig- 
inal entry, Jan. 22, 1894, no. 5653. 

Greeting to Bangor; march, by R. B. 
Hall; band. [10 

© Mrs. R. B. Hall-Philbrook, % 
Carl Fischer, New York, as the widow 
of the author, in renewal for 28 vears. 
Renewal no. 19353, Dec. 7, 1921. Origi- 
nal entry, Apr. 3, 1894, no. 7752. 

Hail we all the gladsome hour; 
Christmas carol, words by Edward 
Octavus Flagg, music by Samuel P. 
Warren. [ 1 1 

© Maude Warren, New York, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 vears. Renewal no. 19331, Dec. 
2, 1921. Original entrv, Dec. 4, 1893, 
no. 53770. 

Her smile; words by E. A. Price, music 
by Lino Mattioli, op. 21 ; alto or bar. 

[12 
© L. Mattioli, Cincinnati, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 vears. Re- 
newal no. 19223, Oct. 24, 1921. Origi- 
nal entry, Dec. 29, 1893, no. 58156. 

Jesus victor over death ; Easter anthem, 
by W. T. Porter ; quartet or chorus. [13 
© W. T. Porter, Cincinnati, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 vears. Re- 
newal no. 19245, Nov. 14, 1921. Origi- 
nal entry, Feb. 1, 1894, no. 8114. 

King (The) in Zion ; a Scripture can- 
tata or oratorio, texts arr. by Jessie 
H. Brown, music by J. B. Herbert. [14 



33 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



528 (16) 



pt. in, n. s. 



17 



© J. B. Herbert, Monmouth, 111., as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19209, Oct. 13, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Oct. 26, 1893, no. 47860. 

Liberty bell march; by J. P. Sousa. 

I. Orchestra. — 2. Brass band. [15,16 
© John Philip Sousa, New York, as 

the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19243, 19244, each Nov. 
14, 1921. Original entry, Jan. 11, 18, 
1894, no. 3324, 4755. 

Little (The) Turkee Turks; words 
and music by Frank L. Bristow. [17 
© Linnie S. Bristow, Covington, Ky., 
as the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 vears. Renewal no. 19248, Nov. 
14, 1921. Original entrv, Feb. 15, 1894, 
no. 10402. 

Love divine; sacred duet, by C. A. Ha- 
vens ; organ ace. [18 
© C. A. Havens, Chicago, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19219, Oct. 24, 1921. Origi- 
nal entry, Nov. 24, 1893, no. 52410. 

Marche d' AuvErgnE; polka marche, sur 
des Bourrees et des Montagnardes, par 
L. Ganne ; piano. [19 

© Louis Ganne, Paris, as the author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19294, Nov. 21, 1921. Original entrv, 
Feb. 2, 1894, no. 8311. 

Midshipmite (The) ; quartet or chorus, 
by S. Adams, arr. by G. B. Nevin ; 
male voices. [20 

© Geo. B. Nevin, Easton, Pa., as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19218, Oct. 24, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 24, 1893, no. 52404. 

Mignon ; menuet favori, bv A. Sartorio, 
op. 100. [21 

© Arnoldo Sartorio, Crefeld, Ger- 
manv, as the author, in renewal for 28 
vears. Renewal no. 19338, Dec. 3, 1921. 
Original entry, Dec. 28, 1893, no. 57788. 

Modern school for the slide trom- 
bone ; by T. H. Rollinson. . [22 
© T. H. Rollinson, % Oliver Ditson 
co., Boston, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 19198, Oct. 

II, 1921. Original entry, Dec. 8, 1893, 
no. 54427. 

Moment by moment; by D. W. Whit- 
tle and M. Whittle. [23 
© May Whittle Moody, East North- 
field, Mass., as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 19261, Nov. 
7, 1921. Original entry, Dec. 6, 1893, 
no. 53973. 



Monkey (The) said to the chimpan- 
zee ; quartet or cho., arr. by G. B. 
Nevin ; men's voices. [24 

© Geo. B. Nevin, Easton, Pa., as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19220, Oct. 24, 1921. Origi- 
nal entry, Dec. 1, 1893, no. 53445. 

O COULD I SPEAK THE MATCHLESS 

worth ; duet, by C. A. Havens, op. 
115; alto and bass. . [25 

© C. A. Havens, Chicago, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19213, Oct. 24, 1921. Origi- 
nal entry, Nov. 9, 1893, no. 50052. 

Rock of ages ; hymn anthem, by George 
William Warren ; quartette, with solos 
for sop. and ten. New and rev. ed. [26 
© Chas. E. Warren, New York, as 
the child of the deceased author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19332, Dec. 2, 1921. Original entrv, 
Dec. 30, 1893, no. 58789. 

Rossini (Gioacchino Antonio) Wil- 
liam Tell ; overture, by Rossini, arr. 
by T. M. Tobani; full orch. [27 

© Theo. Moses Tobani, % Carl 
Fischer, New York, as the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19351, Dec. 7, 1921. Original entrv, 
Jan. 31, 1894, no. 7195. 

Sound the anthem ; words and music 
bv C. A. Havens ; tenor and bass duet. 

[28 
© C. A. Havens, Chicago, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19222, Oct. 24, 1921. Origi- 
nal entry, Dec. 7, 1893, no. 54183. 

Tutor for banjo; selected, arr. and com- 
posed bv O. Langev. Coleman edition. 

[29 
©. Otto Langev, % Carl Fischer, 
New York, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 19350, Dec. 
7, 1921. Original entry, Jan. 22, 1894, 
no. 5655. 

W. M. B.; march, bv R. B. Hall; band. 

[30 
© Mrs. R. B. Hall-Philbrook, % 
Carl Fischer, New York, as the widow 
of the author, in renewal for 28 vears. 
Renewal no. 19349, Dec. 7, 1921. Origi- 
nal entry, Jan. 22, 1894, no. 5654. 

With songs of joy ; by C. L. Burnham 
and George F. Root. [31 

© Clara Louise Burnham, Chicago, 
as the child of the deceased author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19214, Oct. 24, 1921. Original entry, 
Nov. 9, 1893, no. 50046. 



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LIST OF THE MUSIC USED OR LICENSED TO BE USED FOR THE MAN- 
UFACTURE OF PARTS OF INSTRUMENTS SERVING TO PRODUCE ME- 
CHANICALLY THE MUSICAL WORK UNDER SEC. 1 (E) OF THE ACT OF 
MAR. 4, 1909. [528 



BAMMY, LAND THAT GAVE ME MAMMY. 

[32 
© Goodman & Rose, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 9, 1922; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 37. 

Believe me if all those endearing 
young charms ; words by Moore, arr. 
by Fisher. [33 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 4, 1922; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 34. 

Crying for the moon. [34 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 18, 1922 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 39. 

Gloria ; mazurka. [35 

© Ernesto Rossi, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 11, 1922; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 36. 

Great big heap much bull. [36 

© A. V. T. music pub. co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 6, 1922; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 37. 

Hurry back home. [37 

© Ben Schwartz music co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 5, 1922; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 35. 

I'll love you day after day. [38 

© Chas. E. Roat music co., Battle 
Creek. Notice rec'd Jan. 18, 1922; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 38. 

I'm hungry for beautiful girls. [39 
© Fred Fisher, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 10, 1922; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 37. 

I've got the wonder where he went 
and when he's coming back, blues. 

[40 
© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 14, 1922; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 37. 

In your embrace. [41 

© Goodman & Rose, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 3, 1922; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 35. 



Just for us two. [42 

© Ben Schwartz music co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 6, 1922; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 35. 

Mammy Lou. [43 

© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 9, 1922 ; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 36. 

No one. [44 

© Ben Schwartz music co., inc., 

New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 12, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 37. 

Rainy day Sue. [45 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 9, 1922 ; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 35. 

Romance; from Little Miss Raffles, 
words by Clifford Grey, music by Ivan 
Caryll. [46 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 7, 1922; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 35. 

Rosary (The) you gave to me. . [47 
© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 9, 1922 ; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 36. 

She loves me, she loves me not. [48 
© Harms, inc., New York. Notice 
rec'd Jan. 12, 1922; recorded, v. 5, 
P. 37. 

She's beautiful, but dumb. [49 

© Fred Fisher, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 10, 1922 ; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 37. 

Silver sands of love. [50 

© Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd Jan. 3, 1922; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 35. 

Teasin'. [51 

© Broadway music corp., New 

York. Notice rec'd Jan. 13, 1922 ; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 38. 

That doesn't mean a thing. [52 

© Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd Jan. 3, 1922; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 35. 



35 



NOTICES OF USEE 



528 (53) 



pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



There's more music in a grand baby, 

than there is in a baby grand. [53 

© Ben Schwartz music co., inc., 

New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 7, 1922 ; 

recorded, v. 5, p. 35. 

Those days are over. [54 

© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 16, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 39. 

Turn ye Even unto Me; by Geo. B. 
Nevin. [55 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 4, 1922; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 34. 

Ty-tee. [56 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 6, 1922; recorded, v. 5, 

p. 35. 

Venetian love boat. [57 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 13, 1922; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 37. 



When. [58 

© Pease & Benzing, New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 7, 1922; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 37. 

When Buddha smiles; intro. Drifting 

along with the tide. [59" 

© Harms, inc., New York. Notice 

rec'd Jan. 4, 1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 34. 

When I start comparin' auld Erin 

with you. [60 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 9, 1922; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 35. 

You're a beautiful elower to me, 

[61 
© Ben Schwartz music co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 10, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 37. 

You're a good old car, but you can't 

climb hills. [62 

© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 9, 1922 ; 

recorded, v. 5, p. 36. 



o 



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529-2174 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



INCLUDING: 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 

LIST OF NOTICES OF USER 



1 922 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 17 

No. 2 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

LIBRARY BRANCH 

1922 



The act of March 4. 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be noted by users oe this Catalogue. 

^P HE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, con- 
taining the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical composi- 
tions, is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and is followed 
by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an alphabet of 
the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained hereafter. The 
arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title (except " a," " an," 
or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a grouping at the end of the 
title alphabet of such titles as will not conveniently alphabetize (e. g., titles 
beginning with numerals, dates, etc.) 

Exceptions. — (l) In the case of editions of classical music instead of scat- 
tering them under the titles, each author's works are brought together by an entry 
under the original composer's name, and for such works search should be made 
in this number under the following names: Auber (Daniel Frangois Esprit); 
Bach (Johann Sebastian); Beethoven (Ludwig van); Chopin (Frederic Fran- 
gois); Donizetti (Gaetano); Gounod (Charles Frangois); Grieg (Edvard Hage- 
rup); Handel (Georg Friedrich); Liszt (Franz); MacDowell (Edward Alexan- 
der); Massenet (Jules Emile Frederic); Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Ludwig 
Felix); Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus); Schubert (Franz Peter); Thomas (Charles 
Louis Ambroise) ; Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch); Verdi (Giuseppe) In the case 
of all such works, however, there are cross references in the title alphabet from 
the title of each work. 

(2) Collections having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 etudes 
elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying titles, but 
designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," " march," " can- 
tata," " schottische," "nocturne," "impromptu," "sonata," "etude," "study," "ex- 
ercise," etc., without differentiating words and only identifiable by the name of 
the composer) are entered under the composer's name without cross reference from 
the titles. 

Imprints. — As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also the 
claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and address of 
the publisher differ from those of the copyright proprietor, mention of the fact 
is made at the end of the title as an imprint giving place of publication and 
name of publisher. 



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EXPLANATIONS TO BE NOTED BY USERS OF THIS CATALOGUE 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. Songs 
are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise stated. Titles 
reading " Words by," " Music by," are to be understood as songs. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been abro- 
gated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for entry in 
the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue, the Copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: "E," Class E, Musical 
compositions; " D," Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions; "©," implies 
copyright registration of a published composition, followed by date of publication; 
"(c) 1 c," stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of re- 
ceipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy; and "2 c," for 
2 copies, followed by the date of their receipt. In the case of contributions to 
periodicals only one copy of the issue or issues containing such contributions is 
required. 

A list of copyright renewals and extensions made for musical compositions 
under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found at the end of this issue 
immediately following the text. 

A list of the musical compositions and dramatico-musical compositions used 
or licensed to be used for the manufacture of parts of instiuments serving to 
reproduce mechanically the musical work, recorded under section 1 (e) of the 
act of March 4, 1909, follows the list of renewals. 

The final number, completing the volume, is followed by a full annual index to 
both composers and proprietors. The subscription price for Part 3, which must 
be for the complete calendar year, is $1, payable in advance, to the Superintendent 
of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or New 
York draft. 



(in) 



NOTICE. 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles 
shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the District of 
Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is therefore hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, 
or other lawful claimant, that in so far as any copyright articles deposited 
from July 1, 1915, to June 30, 1919, inclusive, are still remaining in the 
files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library 
of Congress or to any other governmental library in the District of 
Columbia, such books or articles may be returned to the claimant of 
copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1922. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical compositions, 
engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for 
identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are available 
for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which must 
be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
on request. Address Register oe Copyrights, Library of Congress, 
Washington, D. C. 



(iv) 



RECIPROCAL PROTECTION OF MUSIC AGAINST UNAU- 
THORIZED REPRODUCTION BY MECHANICAL MUSICAL 
INSTRUMENTS. 

The United States now has reciprocal copyright protection of music 
against unauthorized reproduction by mechanical musical instruments 
in the case of Australia, and the territories of Papua and Norfolk Island, 
Belgium, Cuba, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, 
Italy, Luxemburg, New Zealand, Norway and Sweden. The President 
signed proclamations to this effect on the following dates : Australia and 
the territories of Papua and Norfolk Island (Apr. 3, 1918, effective 
Mar. 15, 1918), Belgium (June 14, 1911, effective July 1, 1909), Cuba 
(Nov. 27, 1911), Denmark (Dec. 9, 1920), France (May 24, 1918), 
Germany (Dec. 8, 1910), Great Britain (Jan. 1, 1915), Italy (May 1, 
1915), Luxemburg (June 14, 1911, effective June 29, 1910), New Zea- 
land (Feb. 9, 1917, effective Dec. 1, 1916), Norway (June 14, 1911, 
effective Sept. 9, 1910), Sweden (Feb. 27, 1920, effective Feb. 1, 1920). 
These proclamations were printed in the Catalogue of Copyright Entries, 
Part 3, vol. 6, pages v-x of no. 7, and pages iv-v of no. 12 ; vol. 10, pages 
viii-xi of no. 3, and pages viii-ix of no. 4 ; vol. 12, pages v-ix of no. 3 ; 
vol. 13, pages vi-xii of no. 5; and vol. 15, pages v-vn of no. 3; and 
pages vi-xiv of no. 13. 

While no special proclamation has been issued on behalf of Hungary 
so far as the provisions of section 1(e) are concerned, the proclamation 
dated October 15, 1912, putting into effect the convention between the 
United States and Hungary, specifically provides that the general copy- 
right protection secured by article 1 includes the copyright control of 
mechanical musical reproductions. 

From information received through the Department of State, the 
legislation of the following countries did not on the date stated fulfill 
the reciprocal conditions specified in the proviso to section 1 (e) of the 
act of Congress of March 4, 1909: Austria (Mar. 10, 1911), Mexico 
(May 8, 1911), the Netherlands (Mar. 3, 1911), and Switzerland 
(Apr. 8, 1911). 



The copyright convention signed at the Fourth International American 
Conference at Buenos Aires on August 11, 1910, was proclaimed by the 
President of the United States on July 13, 1914. This convention is 
understood to be in effect as between the United States and Bolivia, 
Brazil, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Haiti, 
Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Salvador, and Uruguay. 

(v) 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



A la viEiLLE £glisE. See Jour d'hymenee. 

A to Z ; fox trot from the musical play, 
intro. : And her mother came too, and 
My kind of boy, by Ivor Novello [of 
England], arr. by Leonard Hornsey 
[of England] ; piano. [529 

© Nov. 25, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922 ; 
E 526793 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

selection, from the revue, by Ivor 

Novello [of England], arr. by Leonard 
Hornsey [of England] ; piano. [530 

© Nov. 17, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526781 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

A un jeune gEntilhgmme (To a 
young gentleman) ; ode chinoise, pa- 
roles de H. P. Roche d'apres le poeme 
anglais" de Giles, English version by 
Rosa Newmarch [of England], mu- 
sique de Albert Roussel, op. 12, no. 1 ; 
voix moyennes. [531 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526717; Rouart, Lerolle & cie., Pa- 
ris. [Copyright is claimed on edition 
with English version] 

Aa hip og hoppE; humoreske, ord af 
Arne Garborg, musik af F. Melius 
Christiansen [of U. S.] ; udvalgte kor 
og kvartetter for mandsstemmer. 4to. 
(Norsk musikforlags udgave, no. 364) 

[532 
© Nov. 1, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528869 ; Norsk musikforlag, Christi- 
ania, Norway. 

Adagibtto; by Rudolph Ganz [of 
Switzerland, domiciled at St. Louis] 
op. 29, no. 1; piano. (Two concert 
pieces, no. 1) [533 

© Jan. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528833 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

Adams apple; by G. I. Tompkins [of 

U. S.] ; melody with piano ace. ( Song 

without words, no. 4) [534 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 528848; 

George I. Tompkins, Westport, Conn. 

Adieux (Farewells) ; poesie de Henri de 
Regnier, English version by Rosa 
Newmarch [of England], musique de 
Albert Roussel, op. 8, no. 1 ; voix 
moyennes. [535 

37 



© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526713 ; Rouart, Lerolle & cie., Pa- 
ris. [Copyright is claimed on editon 
with English version] 

Advice to beginners in singing (Con- 
sigliagli allievi di canto principianti) ; 
first and second years of study, gen- 
eral observations on the theory of 
singing, followed by 50 exercises in 
vocalization, by Giulio Silva [of Italy, 
domiciled at New York], tr. by Th. 
Baker. (Schirmer's scholastic series, 
v. 112) [536 

© Jan. 24, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922; 
E 530586; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

After all, dear, it's you; words and 
music by C. W. Bahr [of U. S.] [537 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530323; 
Charles W. Bahr, Quincy, Mass. 

After-awhilE ; novelty-ballad, words 
and melody by Thos. Happy Farrell 
[i. e. T. Francis H. Farrell, of U. S.] 

[538 
© 1 c. Jan. 19. 1922; E 528788; 
Thomas Francis Farrell, Worcester, 
Mass. 

After the rain ; lyric by Gus Kahn, 
music bv Arthur Sizemore and Guv 
Shrigley [of U. S.] [539 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 530647; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

After thoughts; valse lente, by H. F. 
Odell [of U. S.] ; mand. orch. with 
piano ace. (Odell edition, no. 52) 

[540 
© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528871 ; H. F. Odell & co., Boston. 

Ahoy! boatman (O marenariello ! ) ; 
two-part choral, words by E. M. Carroll, 
music by Gambardella, arr. by Christo- 
pher O'Hare [of U. S.] ; two treble 
voices. 4to. (Franklin edition, no. 
244) [541 

© Mar. 9, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1921 ; 
E 530026 ; John Franklin music co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
words and arrangement] 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTEIES 



542 



pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



Ain't it a shame; words by P. Krum- 
mow, music by Harry Tillman [of 
U. S.] New York, Authors and com- 
posers service co. [542 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 528446 ; Pete Krummow, New York. 

Ain't it funnv ; words and music by 
G. Perry [of U. S.] [543 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530303; 
Gus Perry, Philadelphia. 

Ain't love grand; words and melody bv 
B. G. De Sylva, Walter Donaldson 
and Con Conrad [of U. S.] , arr. by 
Edwin J. Smalle [of U. S.] [544 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1922; E 530444; 
Harry Von Tilzer music pub. co., New 
York. 

Air. See Pearce (Charles W.) Two 
pieces in contrasted styles for small 
hands. 

Akedysseril; prelude, par E. Tremisot 

[of France] ; orch. avec piano-con- 

ducteur. [545 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 526668 ; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Al-Auzobiat. See Collection (A) of 
Syrian song melodies. 

AlbumlEaf; by York Bowen [of Eng- 
land] ; piano. [546 
© Nov. 12, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526785 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

AlEin oif DER vELT ; oder, Dos elende 
kind, words and music bv Abe 
Schwartz [of U. S.] 

[547 
© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 528436; Hebrew pub. co., New 
York. 

All I want is you; words and music 
by T. M. Bowers [of U. S.] [548 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528588; 
Thomas M. Bowers, Chicago. 

All over you ; words and melody by 
A. W. Schubgell [of U. S.] [549 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 528438; 
Arthur W. Schubgell, Milwaukee. 

— words by Harry Richman and 

Alfred Bryan, music by Kendis & 
Brockman [of U. S.], arr. by W. C. 
Polla [pseud, of W. C. Powell,, of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [550 

..... © Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528687 ; Richmond-Robbins, inc., 
New York. 



All that I need is the girl ; words by 
Will Reynolds [i. e. W. T. Reynolds], 
music by Gene Sullivan [i. e. Eugene 
M. Sullivan, of U. S.] [551 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 528834; 
William T. Reynolds, Philadelphia. 

Alladin's lamp ; words and music by 
Irma Hopper [of U. S.] [552 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 528996; 
Harms, inc., New York. 

AllEGRador; paso-doble, de Alfredo 

Barbirolli [of Italy] ; orch. avec piano 

conducteur. 4to. [553 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 

E 526908 ; Heugel, Paris. 

Allegro. See Suite en re. 

Allegro de bravoure; par J. Hollmann 

[of France] ; violoncello avec ace. de 

piano. [554 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 526743 ; L. Grus & cie., Paris. 

Alva waltz ; by J. N. Bloominger [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Long Branch, N. J., 
Keith's music pub. house. [555 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 530363 ; Jno. N. Bloominger, Long 
Branch, N. J. 

Alvin dear, a mad love was mine; 
words by M. Paciak, music by George 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. . [556 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528776; Mary Paciak, Sault Ste. 
Marie, Ontario, Canada. 

Amarosa ; Italian waltz, words by E. G. 

Wooster, music by Marvin Westman 

[of U. S.l [557 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1921; E 529043; 

Edward G. Wooster, New York. 

American WriglEy girl; words by J. 
Ettinger, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [558 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529146 ; Josephine Ettinger, New 
York. 

Ames (John C.) Two short songs; 
words by Robert Browning, music by 
J.. C. Ames [of Great Britain] ; sop. 
London, Joseph Williams, ltd. Con- 
tents : 1. The exile. — 2. Pippa's song. 

[559 
© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 1 c. Dec. 29, 1921 ; 
E 526880 ; J. C. Ames, Salcombe, Eng- 
land. 



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no. 2, 1922 



577 



Amoresque; fantasie, by S. G. Kiesling 
[of U. S.] op. 71, piano, in D flat 
major. [560 

© Dec. 29, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 
E 530636 ; Samuel G. Kiesling, Brook- 
lyn. 

Amoroso; valse hesitation, par Henri 
Vermont [of France] ; piano. [561 
© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526699 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Amour divin (Divino amore) ; valse- 
intermezzo, par A. Barbirolli, arr. par 
Hans Ourdine Tof France] ; orch. avec 
piano-conducteur. 4to. [562 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526656; Philippo, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Amour vainqueur. See Jour d'hymenee. 

AmourEux s£pares (Lovers divided) ; 
paroles de H. P. Roche d'apres le 
poeme anglais de Giles, English version 
by Rosa Newmarch [of England], 
musique de Albert Roussel, op. 12, 
no. 2; voix moyennes. [563 

© Dec. 14, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
£ 526718; Rouart, Lerolle & cie., Pa- 
ris. [Copyright is claimed on edition 
with English version] 

AncliffE (Charles) Three vocal 
valses ; words by John, P. Harrington, 
music by C. Ancliffe [of Great Britain] 
Contents : 1. Sing hey for love. — 
2. Zuleika.— 3. Dolores. [564 

© Dec. 29, 1921 ; 1 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 
E 526866; W. Paxton & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

And her mother came too; from A to 
Z, words by Dion Titheradge, music bv 
Ivor Novello [of England] [565 

© Nov. 17, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526782; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

And that's why she can't be found; 

words by T. M. Skoag, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [566 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530298; 

T. M. Skoag, Berkeley, Calif. 

And the song came back; words and 
music by Cad St. John [i. e. Clarence 
St. John, of U. S.l (Cover-title: The 
song came back) [567 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530463 ; Stark music co., St. Louis. 

And they say that New Yobk once 
was Irish ; words by Francis Mahon, 
melodv by J. J. Cliarleson, jr. [of 
U. S.] [568 



© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; E 528677; 
John J. Charleson, jr., New York. 

Andante in C ; by Arnold Sartorio [of 
Germany] , selected, rev. and ed. by 
Arthur Foote ; piano. ( Schmidt's edu- 
cational series, no. 17 : Instructive 
album [no. 14]) [569 

© July 21, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528744; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Angel child; fox trot, words by Benny 
Davis and George E. Price, music by 
Abner Silver [of U. S.] [570 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 528646; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Angels of mine; words by E. J. Schloe- 
mer, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [571 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525978; Edw. J. Schloemer, Louis- 
ville. 

Angelus of love ; words by Douglas 
Furber, music by Philip Arden [of 
England] 1. In B flat.— 2. In C. [572 
© Nov. 12, 1921 ; 1 c. each Jan. 14, 
1922; E 526787; Ascherberg, Hopwood 
& Crew, ltd., London. 

Anna May ; words by M. Hagel, music 
by John W. Newton [of U. S.] 
Buffalo, N. Y., Melody pub. corp. 
(Love series) [573 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528819; Marie Hagel, Reading, O. 

Anna Tmay; waltz, by M. Zajicek [of 
U. S.], arr. by Anton Weiss; piano. 

[574 
© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1922; 
E 530355; Max Zajicek, New York. 

Annette; danse russe, by Jean Morel 
[of Great Britain] ; piano. [575 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526841 ; Reeder & Walsh, London. 

Annette minuet; by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern [of U. S.] op. 451, no. 1 ; piano. 
Lawrence, Mass., Bay State music co. 
(Summer idyls, six characteristic 
pieces, no. 1) [576 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530400 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Annie Laurie; arr. by Paul Dawson 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay State music co. (Well known 
folk melodies, no. 6) [577 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



© Dec. 30, 1921 : 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 530414; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. [Copyright is claimed on har- 
mony and arrangement] 

Annie the rannie; words by A. Stein, 
music by Clifton Keith [of U. S.] 
Long Branch, N. J., Keith's music 
pub. house. [578 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 530361 ; Annie Stein, Long Branch, 
N. J. 

Antar ; opera en 4 actes. paroles de 
Chekri Ganem, musique de Gabriel 
Dupont [of France] ; partition, chant 
et orch., actes 1 et 2. [579 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; 
D 26238; Heugel, Paris. 

Apocalypse (The) ; dramatic oratorio, 
in a prologue and three pts., text se- 
lected and arr. mainly from the bk. 
of Daniel and the Apocalypse, by 
Pauline Arnoux MacArthur and Henri 
Pierre Roche, music by Paolo Gallico 
[of U. S.] ; chorus of mixed voices 
with soli. Vocal sc. 4to. [580 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528872; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Apostles of purity ; words and music 
by C. G. E. Reum [of U. S.] Buffalo, 
N. Y., Melody pub. corp. (Classic 
series) [581 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528803 ; C. G. Ernst Reum, El Paso. 

Approach (The) op day ; from orches- 
tral suite Scenes pastorale, by Geo. T. 
Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; full orch. [582 
© May 28, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 528612; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Approach (The) op night; from or- 
chestral suite Scenes pastorale, by Geo. 
J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; full orch. 

[583 
© May 28, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 528625; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

April in church ; words by Mary, mu- 
sic by H. O. Osgood [of U. S.] ; 
medium voice in E. [584 

© Jan. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922 ; 
E 528983 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Are there Cupids in the stars ; words 
and music by R. F. Johnson [of U. S.] 

[585 
© Jan. 16, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922 ; 
E 528784; R. F. Johnson, Ames, la. 



Arlanza ; bolero, de Paul Fauchey, arr. 
par F. Salabert [of France] ; orch. 
avec piano conducteur. 4to. (Celebre 
collection des succes, no. 334) [586 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526903; Francis Salabert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Armistice march; bv J. L. Shedd [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [587 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1922; E 530600; 

Julia Laurence Shedd, Ventnor, N. J. 

Arrival op the stage coach ; by George 
F. Hamer [of U. S.] ; piano. Law- 
rence, Mass., Bay State music co. 
(In olden times, no. 4) [588 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530382 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Artillery guns ; march, by John Porter 
[of U. S.l ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay State music co. (Boyhood's 
dreams, six easy novelettes, no. 1) 

[589 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530375 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Artistry ; words and melody by Sidney 

C. Koff [of U. S.], arr. by Chas. M. 

Smith [of U. S.l [590 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530169; 

A. Lincoln Krohn, New York. 

Ashamed op Jesus; words anon., music 

by G. S. Schuler [of U. S.l [591 

© July 8, 1920; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 530209 ; George S. Schuler, Chicago. 

Ask the daisies ; words by L. M. King, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 

[592 
© Dec. 5, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922: 
E 530475 ; Lelia M. King, Chicago. 

At break of dawn ; serenade, by F. 

Jewell [of U. S.l ; band. 4to. [593 

© Jan. 23, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 

E 530454; Fred Jewell, Oskaloosa, la. 

At last they made dear Ireland preE; 
melody by J. Ribaud [of U. S.] [594 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; E 530138; 
Joseph Ribaud, Philadelphia. 

At morning; words by Temple Thurs- 
ton, music by Landon Ronald [of Great 
Britain] ; in D. (Songs of springtime, 
no. 2) [595 

© Jan. 8, 1918; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526774; Enoch & sons, London. 



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no. 2, 1922 



611 



At the End of the lane in the wild- 
wood; words by M. Neumann, music 
by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Legters music co. [596 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530246 ; Minnie Neumann, Galion, O. 

At the inn. See Suite tyrolienne. 

At the movies ; words by C. L. De- 
meritte, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[597 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530271; C. L. Demeritte, Miami, 
Fla. 

At THE party; by Hazel Gertrude 
Kinscella [of U. S.l ; piano. (Ten 
tiny tunes) [598 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528875; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Attbnte (L') ; par E. Tremisot, arr. 
par Albersenn r of France] ; petit orch. 
avec piano-conducteur. 4to. ( Suite 
dramatique, no. 3) [599 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526662; Evette & Schaeffer, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Au Sahara ; shimmy ou fox-trot,' par 
Pierre Gasc [of France] ; piano. [600 
© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922 ; 
E 526748; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Au sEuil du b o n h E u R . See Jour 
d'hymenee. 

Au temps DBS moulins; idylle chantee, 
poesie adaptee par Paul Vanderborght, 
musique de Gaston Tramin [of France] 

[601 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526919; Martin, Marseille, France. 

Aubade; par F. de la Tombelle [of 

France] ; piano. (Des apres-midi sous 

les arbres, no. 8) [602 

© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922 ; 

E 526762 ; Costallat et cie., Paris. 

Aube (L') exquise. See Jour d'hyme- 
nee. 

Auber (Daniel Francois Esprit) 
Fra diavolo ; ouverture, d'i\uber, tr. 
de H. Mouton [of France! ; orch. avec 
piano conducteur. 4to. [603 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 25. 1922; 
E 526914; Deiss et Crepin, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcription] 



Auld lang syne; arr. by Paul Dawson 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay State music co. (Well known 
folk. melodies, no. 2) [604 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530417 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. [Copyright is claimed on har- 
mony and arrangement] 

Autrefois ; scene pastorale, par Jean 
Sibelius ; op. 96 b , ed. and rev. by Julia 
A. Burt [of U. S.] ; piano, avec pa- 
roles. (Wilhelm Hansen edition, no. 
2142) [605 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526855 ; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing and revision] 

Autumn song; words by S. S. Price, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[606 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530276 ; Sarah Springston Price, 
Morgantown, W. Va. 

Aviator (The) ; words and music by 
L. Mood [i. e. L. M. Schneider, of 
U. S.] New York, Milton Bernard. 

[607 
© Dec. 2, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1921^ 
E 528537 ; Laura Mood Schneider, 
New York. 

Awoidas Adumo; words by M. Rund, 

melody by S. Weisser [of Austria, 

domiciled at New Yorkl [608 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; E 530198; 

Morris Rund, New York. 

Babes (The) in the wood; a burlesque 
pantomime, written bv Victor Stevens, 
lyrics by Hickman- Smith, music by 
Eileen Marchmont [of Great Britain] 
(Reynolds & co.'s concert party al- 
bums, no. 27) [609 
© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Dec. 12, 1921; 
D 26232 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

Baby, ev'rybody calls her baby; song 
fox trot, words by Chas. Tobias, music 
by William Polla [of Great Britain] 

[610 
© Jan. 19, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1922; 
E 526848; Lawrence Wright music co., 
London. 

Baby's lullaby ; words by G. Derr, 
melody by J. F. Roberts [of U. S.] 

[611 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528602; 
Grace Derr, Centralia, Kan. 



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612 



pt. in, n. s.,v. 17 



Bacchanal from Antigone; supple- 
ment to act I, words by George Young, 
music by J. L. Seymour [of U. S.] 
op. 4. [Photostat] [612 

© 1 c. Dec. 10, 1921; E 528920; 
J. Laurence Seymour, Santa Monica, 
Calif. 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Eight 
little dances ; by J. S. Bach, ed. and 
fingered by Frederick Johnson [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., Bay 
State music co. (Bradford series, 
no. 12) [613 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530391 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing and fingering] 

See also Lord our God. 

Bachelor days ; fox trot, words by Carl 
V. Herron, music by H. L. MaLette 
[of U. S.] [614 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 528443; 
Harry Lathaniel AlaLette, Springfield, 
Mass. 

Back on the valley farm ; words by 
F. Buskirk, music by Artie Bowers 
[of U. S.] Long Branch, N. J., 
Keith's music pub. house. [615 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922 ; 
E 530364; Freeman Buskirk, Palmer- 
ton, Pa. 

Ballade ET polonaise; par H. Vieux- 
temps [of Belgium] op. 38, arr. par 
Nicolaj Hansen [of Denmark] ; solo- 
violine mit orch. 4to. (Heimdal, no. 
71) [616 

© Dec. 20, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526861; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Ballet (The) oe the birds ; from or- 
chestral suite Scenes pastorale, by Geo. 
J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; full orch. 

[617 
© May 28, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 528613; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Baltimore oriole ; by Archie A. Mum- 
ma [of U. S.] ; pf. (Six bird songs) 

[618 
© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1922; 
E 530352; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Bamboo (The) raz ; words and music 
by J. Feeney [of U. S.] [619 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1922; E 530632; 
Johnny Feeney, So. Boston. 



'Bam.my, land that gave me mammy; 
words by William Tracey, music by 
Maceo Pinkard [of U. S.] [620 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530095 ; Goodman & Rose, inc., New 
York. 

Bandana days ; fox trot, from Shuffle 
along, intro. Gypsy blues, by Sissle and 
Blake, arr. by Lester Brockton [of 
U. S.] ; full orch. 4to. [621 

© Aug. 29, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 528624; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Barbara Allen ; words and air tradi- 
tional, arr. by Roger Quilter [of Great 
Britain] ; high voice. (Old English 
popular songs) [622 

© Oct. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; 
E 526815; Winthrop Rogers, ltd., 
London. 

Barcarolle; by M. A. L. Sengstak [of 

U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [623 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 530148; Martha Amy Lockwood 

Sengstak, Daytona, Fla. 

par F. de la Tombelle [of France] ; 

piano. (Des apres - midi sous les 
arbres, no. 3) [624 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526757 ; Costallat et cie., Paris. 

Battalion (The) drill; by Leighton 
Diggs [of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, 
Mass., Bay State music co. (Young 
artist's repertoire, six melodious pieces, 
no. 2) [625 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 530393 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Be sure to brush your teeth [and] 
Tit tat TOE; tooth brush song and 
drill, words by Helen Carr, music by 
J. B. Burt [of U. S.] 4to. [626 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 530516; Josephine B. Burt, Burling- 
ton, la. 

Beautiful baby o' mine; words and 
melody by T. E. Chappelle [of U. S.], 
arr. by William Vodery [of U. S.] 

[627 
© 1 c. Dec. 23, 1921; E 528488; 
Thomas E. Chappelle, New York. 

Beautiful Hondohula; words by H. 
Ruch, music by S. T. Brown [of 
U. S.] Cincinnati, O., J. P. Ruch. 
music pub. co. [628 

© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1921 ; 
E 530156; Helen Kathrene Ruch, Cin- 
cinnati. 



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646 



Beautiful (The) river oh ; words by 
E. Sonny, music by A. Leopold Rich- 
ard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters mu- 
sic co. [629 
© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529112; B. E. Sonedecker, Fresno, 
Calif. 

Beautiful thoughts and dreams of 
the past; words by I. Seaton, music 
by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [630 
© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528758 ; Irene Seaton, Erie, Pa. 

Beautiful (The) valley of dreams; 
words by M. E. Kimball, music by 
George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [631 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528761 ; Marion E. Kimball, Grand 
Junction, Col. 

Beautiful wild rose by the wayside; 
words by Mrs. A. A. Stoner, music 
by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S-l 
Chicago, Legters music co. [632 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530270; Mrs. Antonie A. Stoner, 
Henderson, Minn. 

Because I love you so; words by E. 
Smith, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[633 
© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529124; Eli Smith, Princeton, 111. 

Bees (The) See Mendelssohn-Barthol- 
dy (Jacob Ludwig Felix) 

Beethoven (Ludwig van) Soft, the 
music sounds ; minuet, two-part choral, 
words by Donald Duncan, music by 
Beethoven, arr. by Christopher O'Hare 
[of U. S.] ; sop. and alto-sop. 4to. 
(Franklin edition, no. 250) [634 

© Mar. 9, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1921 ; 
E 530025 ; John Franklin music co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
words and arrangement] 

Belle (La) de LondrES ; intermezzo, de 
Paul Fauchey, arr. par F. Salabert [of 
France] ; orch. avec piano conducteur. 
4to. (Celebre collection des succes, 
no. 321) [635 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526902; Francis Salabert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Bells of Araby ; melody, by W. G. 

Harold [of U. S.) [636 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; E 528797; 
Will G. Harold, Chicago. 



Beneath the twilight skies ; words 
by M. U. Harvey, melody by Max 
Norworth [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] [637 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530188; 
Mary Upshur Harvey, Newport News, 
Va. 

Benedictus Es DominE; sacred words, 
music by H. Alexander Matthews [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. 
(Church music review, no. 640) [638 
© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528842 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Beni Watanib. See Collection (A) of 
Syrian song melodies. 

Berceuse; by Mabel Ackernley [of 
England] ; violin and piano. [639 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526882; Bosworth & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

par Lucien Haudebert [of France] ; 

violon et piano. [640 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526720 ; E. Demets, Paris. 

Bialy ORZEi marsz ; arr. by J. Messina 
[of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [641 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922 ; 
E 530357; Jos. Krygier, Philadelphia. 

Bilbro (Mathilde) Twenty melodies 

for adult beginners ; by M. Bilbro [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [642 

© Jan. 16. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1922; 

E 530322 ; Hatch music co., Boston. 

Bill from Louisville; words and mel- 
ody by Byron Gay [of U. S.] [643 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 530512; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Billy boy ; recollection, by G. I. Tomp- 
kins [of U. S.] ; melody with piano 
ace. (Song without words, no. 5) 

[644 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 528849; 

George I. Tompkins, Westport, Conn. 

Bird of happiness ; words and music 

by J. Joyce [of U. S.] [New York], 

Joyce pub. co. [645 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 

E 525946 ; Jack Joyce, New York. 

Birds in the night; part song, words 
by Lionel H. Lewin, music by Arthur 
Sullivan, arr. by Alfred J. Silver [of 
England] ; three women's voices. 
(Choruses in octavo form, no. 5086) 

[646 



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© Jan. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922 ; 
E 530589; J. Fischer & bro., New- 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Birmingham blues ; words by L. M. 
Howard, melody by Max Norworth 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

[647 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530547; 
Lois M. Howard, Andrews, S. C. 

Birth. See Tales of the fairy dustman. 

Black Eyed blues ; fox-trot, words by 
Frank Jaxon, music by Don Kendall 
[of U. S.], arr. by Frank E. Barry 
[of U. S.] ; orch. with piano. 4to. 

[648 

© Jan. 21, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 528936 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangementl 

Blasted dreams ; words by J. M. Cox. 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [649 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530573; 

J. M. Cox, Kincaid, W. Va. 

Blizzard; furioso, by Morris Aborn [of 
U. S.] ; orch. with piano conductor. 
4to. (Cinema inc. series, no. 26) 

[650 
© Jan. 7, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 13. 1922; 
E 530154; Belwin, inc., New York. 

Blossom time; selection, adapted from 
melodies of Franz Schubert and Hein- 
rich Berte, by Sigmund Romberg [of 
U. S.], arr. by Lee Orean Smith [of 
U. S.] ; orch. with piano. (First edi- 
tion, no. 3006) [651 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1922; 
E 525865; Karczag pub. co., inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Blossoms (Bontons) ; an impression, by 
Geo. F. Tomlinson [of England] ; 
piano. [652 

© Dec. 23, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526776; Bosworth & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Blow, blow, thou winter wind; lyric 
from Shakespeare's As you like it, mu- 
sic by McNair Ilgenfritz [of U. S.] 

[653 
© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 528532 ; Edward Schuberth & co., 
New York. 

Blue bird oe happiness ; from The lit- 
tle girl in red, words by Harold Simp- 
son and Arthur Stanley, music by 
Edouard L'Enfant [of Great Britain] 

[654 



© Jan. 9, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 526821 ; B.. Feldman & co.. London. 

Blue Eyes; words and melody by D. A. 
Sarli [of U. S.] ; 1st violin ace. [655 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530539; 
Domenic A. Sarli, St. Louis. 

Blue hours; words by P. Boutelje, mel- 
ody by P. Boutelje and M. Gertwin 
[of U. S.] [656 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530180; 
Phil Boutelje and Max Gertwin, New 
York. 

Blue Sunday blues ; words by C. P. 
Ebersole, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [657 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530579; 
C. P. Ebersole, Carlisle, Pa. 

Bobbed (A) hair girlie ; words by J. 
Harkins, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [658 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530311; 
James Harkins, Brooklyn. 

Bobbie and TeddiE; words by .Shirley 
Somes [and] A dillar a dollar : music 
by J. B. Burt [of U. S.] 4to. [659 
©Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 530515 ; Josephine Brown Burt, 
Burlington, la. 

Bobbies ; words by Airs. F. May, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[660 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528583; 
Mrs. Fines May, Spokane, Wash. 

Bobolink ; by Archie A. Mumma [of 

U. S.] ; pf. (Six bird songs) [661 

© Jan. 18. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1922; 

E 530350; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 

Boston. 

Brew, brew, brew; words and music by 

J. T. O'Connor [of U. S.] [662 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; E 530239; 

John T. O'Connor, New Bedford, 

Mass. 

Bridal ( (The) morning; words by 
Philip Edwards, music Hungarian by 
F. David - F. Liszt, arr. by Alfred J. 
Silver [of England] ; three women's 
voices. (Choruses in octavo form, no. 
5089) [663 

© Jan. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922; 
E 530588; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Bride (The) and the burglar; musical 
. sketch in one act, words by C. W. 



44 



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no. 2, 1922 



683. 



Hallock, music by L. L. Starrett [of 
U. S.l [664 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; D 26239; Lua 
Lemert Starrett, Golden, Col., and C. 
Wiles Hallock, Denver. 

Bridge; fox trot, by J. Lasdon [of 

U S.], arr. by John W. Rehauser [of 

U. S.] ; 1st violin. [665 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1922; E 525881; 

Jack Lasdon, New York. 

Bridge (The) across the old St. Joe; 
words by C. H. Ashbaugh, melody by 
Max Norworth [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.l [666 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530553; 
Chas. H. Ashbaugh, Mishawaka, Ind. 

Bright Florida ; words and music by 

C. L. Reaves [of U. S.] Washington, 

D. C, George E. Johnson. [667 
© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 14, 19?2 ; 

E 528672 ; C. L. Reaves, Washington. 

British (The) legion; march, by 

Thomas Bidgood [of England] ; reed 

and brass band. 4to. [668 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 

E 526863 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Broadway (The) promenade; words 
by C. K. Sunnyside, music by Carl 
Zerse [of U. S.] [669 

© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525909; St. Louis music pub. co., 
St. Louis. 

Broadway rag ; classic, by James Scott 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [670 

© Jan. 3, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922 ; 

E 530461 ; Stark music co., St. Louis. 

Brogi (Renato) Pastorale; coro, poesia 
di Guido Pinelli, musica di R. Brogi 
[of Italy] ; 2 voci. 4to. (Tre piccoli 
cori) [671 

© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 1 c. Dec. 28, 1921 ; 
E 526318 ; A. Forlivesi & c, Florence. 

Broken china doll ; melody, by J. 

Ribaud and Don Juielle [of U. S.]. 

arr. by Don Juielle. , [672 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; E 530134; 

Joseph Ribaud, Philadelphia. 

Broken (A) engagement; words by J. 
Cohen, music by George Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [673 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 529023; Joseph Cohen, Detroit. 

Broken hearted ; words by E. Kottler, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[674 



© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529120; Elizabeth Kottler, Fayette 
City, Pa. 

Broken-hearted blues ; words by Dave 

Ringle, melody by F. Henri Klick- 

mann [of U. S.] [675 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528592; 

McKinley music co., Chicago. 

Broken hearted doll ; words and music 
by Earl Burtnett. Floyd Reese and 
Vernon Stevens [of U. S.] [676 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525913 ; A. J. Stasny music co., New 
York. 

Broken toy ; lyric by Gus Kahn, music 
by Frank Magine and Leon Flatow 
[of U. S.l [677 

© Jan. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan.'31, 1922; 
E 530649; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Budgeon (The) it is a delicate trade; 
tune. See Jolly (The) miller. 

Bugle (The) call; poem by M. Tatum, 

melody by Raymond A. Browne [of 

U. S.l [678 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525906; 

May Tatum, Trenton, Ga. 

Building chords from melody note on 
1st string; arr. by T. De Harport 
[of U. S.] (Tenor banjo method) 

[679 
© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 528492; Theodore and Teresita De 
Harport, Denver. 

Building love castles; fox trot, by 
Ray Sherwood [of U. S.l 1. Arr. by 
La Salle [of U. S.] ; full orch. 4to. 
2. Song, words by composer. [680, 681 
© Jan. 12, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 13, 
1922; E 530158, 530166; Vandersloot 
m usic pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Bumblebee and butterfly ; words and 
music by M. A. L. Sengstak [of 
U. S.] (In Songs for little children, 
no. 1) [682 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 530140; Martha Amy Lockwood 
Sengstak, Daytona, Fla. . 

Bunnies' (The) lullabye. Sec Tales 
of the fairy dustman. 

Bunny; from The little girl in red, 
words by Harold Simpson and Arthur 
Stanley, music by Edouard L'Enfant 
[of Great Britain! [683 



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684 



pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



© Jan. 9, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922 ; 
E 526818 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

BurlESCa; by Domenico Scarlatti, 
transcribed by Ernest Hutcheson [of 
Great Britain, domiciled at New 
York] ; piano, in G minor. (C. M. C. 
edition, no. 2002) [684 

© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528741 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
new concert arrangement] 

Business game; by G. I. Tompkins [of 

U. S.] ; melody with piano ace. 

(Song without words, no. 7) [685 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 528851; 

George I. Tompkins, Westport, Conn. 

But my leaving you there alone 

MAKES ME SO SAD AND BLUE; Words 

by T. Woo, melody by Damasus G. 
Gallur [of U. S.] [686 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 530195; 
Tom Woo, San Quentin, Calif. 

Butterfly waltz; by Leighton Diggs 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay State music co. (Young artist's 
repertoire, six melodious pieces, no. 1) 

[687 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530392; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

By and by you will return ; words by 
R. R. Hill, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [688 

© Jan. 17, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922 ; 
E 528757 ; Ross R. Hill, New Kensing- 
ton, Pa. 

By candle light; by George F. Hamer 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay State music co. (In olden times, 
no. 3) [689 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 530381 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

by Hazel Gertrude Kinscella [of 

U. S.] ; piano. (Ten tiny tunes) [690 
© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528877; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

By the hearth. See Cinderella. 

By the river; words by P. Lambert, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[691 
© Jan. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529152; Priscilla Lambert, Clarks- 
ville, Tenn. 



By the waters oe Babylon; words and 
music by L.. C. Worrell [of U. S.l 

[692 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1922; E 528681; 
Lola Carrie Worrell, New York. 

Bygone days; words and music by W. 
C. Traher [of Canadal [693 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1922; E 525878; 
Wilfred Charles Traher, London. 

Bygones ; words by Louis Weslyn, mu- 
sic by Max Kortlander and Harrv 
Alpert [of U. S.l [694 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 528531 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

California ; words and music by L. G. 
Schreier [of U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y., 
H. C. Weasner & co. [695 

© Jan. 2, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 528678; Louis G. Schreier, Beaver 
Dam, Wis. 

California (The) waltz ; lyric by 

J. J. Lindner, music bv J. J. Lindner 

and George Kahn [of U. S.] [696 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530567: 

John James Lindner, Cleveland. 

Call me up some moonlight night ; 
words and music by J. Christopher [of 
U. S.] [697 

© Dec. 3, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 7, 1921 ; 
E 528533 ; James Christopher, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 

Call of the strong; march, by W. K. 
Howe, jr. [of U. S.] ; piano. [Photo- 
graphic copy] [698 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 528448; 
Winthrop Keith Howe, jr., Rochester, 
N. Y. 

Calling for you ; words and music bv 
A. S. Richards [of U. S.] [699 

© 1 c. Tan. 12, 1922; E 528596; 
Anna Smith Richards, Cobalt, Conn. 

Calm Evening hours ; reverie, by Carl 
Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] op. 451, 
no. 2 ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., Bay 
State music co. (Summer idyls, six 
characteristic pieces, no. 2) [700 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530401 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Can you tell me dearie ; words by O. 
Gittens, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [701 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528760 ; Othello Gittens, New York. 



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no. 2, 1922 



719. 



Canoe song; part-song, words by Isa- 
bella V. Crawford, music by William 
Lester [of U. S.] ; sop. and alto. 
(Choruses in octavo form, no. 5058) 

[702 
© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528837; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Can't remember ; words by Herbert J. 

Brandon, music bv Alma Goatley [of 

Great Britain] ; in D. [703 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 

E 526767 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Can't you decide on a day ; from 
Betty, lyric by Martin Purcell, music 
by John Loftus [of U. S.l [704 

© Dec. 10, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 525961; Martin L. Purcell & co., 
Denver. 

Cantilena; by Carl McKinley [of 
U. S.] ; organ, obi. 8vo. (Organ 
music, no. 5028) [705 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 528552; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

CapriccE'e EEmmEna ; versi di N. N., 
musica di Alfredo Bascetta [of Italy, 
domiciled at Brooklyn, N. Y.] ; mand. 
ace. 4to. [706 

© Dec. 2, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 530123 ; Ernesto Rossi, New York. 

Captain Jack ; march, by John Porter 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay State music co. (Boyhood's 
dreams, six easy novelettes, no. 4) 

[707 
© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 530373 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Cardinal redbird ; by Archie A. Mum- 
ma [of U. S.] ; pf. (Six bird songs) 

[708 
© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1922; 
E 530351; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Care flies from the lad that is 
merry ; trio, old melody, adapted and 
arr. by Alfred Moffat [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; women's voices. (Octavo series, 
women's voices, no. 797) [709 

© Jan. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 529060 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on adapta- 
tion and arrangement] 

Cargoes ; part-song, words by John 

Masefield, music by Peter Christian 

2528—22 2 



Lutkin [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 

(Modern series, no. 215) [710 

(c) Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 

E 528546 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Carillon; de Paul Jeanjean [of France] ; 
solo de vicloncelle avec ace. de piano 
ou de deux clarinettes, 2 bassons, 4 
cors, du glockenspiel et du quatuor. 

[711 
© Dec. 1?, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526744; E. Gaudet, Paris. ' 

Carnival dance; schottische, by John 
Porter [of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, 
Mass., Bay State music co. (Boy- 
hood's dreams, six easy novelettes, 
no. 2) [712 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530374 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Caro-CarolinE; words by J. F. Cudney, 
music by Paul Jeffries [of U. S.] 

[713 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525901; 
John Frederick Cudney, Buffalo. 

Carolin ; words by W. Layton, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] [714 

© Dec. 5, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530467 ; William Layton, Chicago. 

Carolina blues ; words and music by 
Dave Ringle [of U. S.], arr. by Robert 
W. Ricketts [of U. S.] [715 

© Jan. 10, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 528609 ; Triangle music pub. co., 
New York. 

Carolina melody ; words and music by 

Jimmy Berd [pseud, of K. Ridge, of 

U. S.] [Photostat] [716 

© 1 c. Dec. 8, 1921; E 528914; 

Kirk Ridge, New York. 

Caucasia ; an Eastern sketch, . words 
and music by George H. Sanders [of 
England, domiciled at Brooklyn, N. Y.] 

[717 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525904; 
Rialto music co., Brooklyn. 

'Cause I loved you so ; words by W. E. 
Logan, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [718 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525974; Wm. E. Logan, Murray 
City, O. 

Cavalier (Le) ; poesie de Saint Georges 
de Bouhelier, musique de Sylvio Laz- 
zari [of France] (Melodies, no. 8) 

[719 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526916; Max Eschig, Paris. 



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720 



pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



Celestial songs ; coll., compiled and ed. 
by R. F. Beveridge [of Scotland] 
London-Glasgow, Pickering & Inglis. 
8vo. [720 

© Dec. 19, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 526796 ; Robert Ferguson Beveridge, 
Glasgow. 

Chansarel (Rene) Douze po ernes 
chantes ; paroles de Albert Samain et 
d'autres, musique de R. Chansarel [of 
France] ; voix moyennes. [721 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526735 ; E. Demets, Paris. 

Chanson de mer; par F. de .la Tom- 
belle [of France] ; piano. (Des apres- 
midi sous les arbres, no. 1) [722 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7. 1922; 
E 526755; Costallat et cie., Paris. 

Chanson triste. See Tschaikowsky 
(Peter Iljitch) 

ChansonnETTE; by Maurice Baron [of 
U. S.] ; orch. with piano conductor. 
(Galaxy, no. 202) [723 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 530129; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Chant des halEurs de la Voega ; par 
Albert Doyen [of France] ; violon et 
piano. [724 

© Nov. 10, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526708; Alphonse Leduc et cie., 
Paris. 

Chant polonais. See Suite polonaise. 

Chant sans paroles. See Levenson 
(Boris) Six pieces for the piano- 
forte. 

Charlotte, si ton ame; poesie de 
Gilles Durant, musique de Stuart Ma- 
son [of U. S.] (Deux chansons du 
XVP siecle) [725 

© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528737 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

Cheek O; words and melody by H. C. 
Carey [of U. S.] [726 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530449; 
Harold C. Carey, Albion, Mich. 

ChepE nisht ; words and melody by H. 
Prizant [of U. S.] [727 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1922; E 528695; 
Hyman Prizant, New York. 

Cherubim song; English text adapted 
by Ivan T. Gorokhoff [of Russia, 
domiciled at Easthampton, Mass.], 
music by A. Kastalsky ; four female 



voices. 4to. (New music review, no. 
635) [728 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 528547; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Chicago (La); nouvelle danse et 
shimmy, par Maurice Yvain [of 
France] ; piano, avec theorie et preface. 

[729 
© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526745 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Chicken ; words and melody by R. 

Doctor [of Russia, domiciled at New 

York] [730 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1922; E 530628; 

Rubin Doctor, New York. 

ChicobEE; Indian love song, words by 

Robert Duryea, music by N. J. Vause 

[of U. S.l [731 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1922; E 528947; 

Norman J. Vause, Brooklyn. 

Childish wonders ; words by H. R. 
Tasker, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music 
co. [732 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529108; Hilda R. Tasker, Warren 
Center, Pa. 

China, for me you're calling; words 
and melodv by C. F. Bowman [of 
U. S.l [733 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; E 528641; 
Charles Frederick Bowman, West 
Hoboken, N. J. 

Chlo-Ey, you're some girl; words by 
Dick Oakes [i. e. D. S. Oakes], music 
by Douglas Johnston [i. e. D. H. 
Johnston, of U. S.] [734 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; E 530094; 
Douglas Harper Johnston and David 
Sidney Oakes, Decatur, 111. 

Choeur pour toutes les fetes;, poeme 
de G. Chenneviere, musique de Albert 
Doyen [of France] ; 4 voix mixtes. 
4to. [735 

© Oct. 20, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526666 ; Alphonse Leduc et cie., Pa- 
ris. 

Choo-choo-bluES ; words and music by 
C. W. Bahr [of U. S.l [736 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530324; 
Charles William Bahr, Quincy, Mass. 

Christ the Lord is risen again ; 
Easter anthem, words in part by M. A. 
Simpson, music by W. C. Williams [of 



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no. 2, 1922 



754- 



U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. (Choir 
music, second series, no. 88) [737 

© Jan. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922 ; 
E 528967; Robin Ellis, Ridgefield 
Park, N. J. 

Christmas EvE; a folk-music play, by. 
Hermon Ould [of Great Britain] 
(Curwen edition, no. 3637) [738 

© Nov. 7, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 9, 1921 ; 
D 26231 ; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Christmas march ; by G. Kessel [of 
U. S.] ; pipe organ. [739 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1921; 
E 528911; Geo. Kessel, St. Paul. 

Christmas morn ; words and melody by 

S. S. Vosburg [of U. S.] [740 

© 1 c. Dec. 29, 1921; E 528931; 

Stella Sherwood Vosburg, Granville, 

la. 

CiEL andalou ; paso doble, de H. Ver- 
mont [of France] ; piano. [741 
© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526703 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Cinderella ; a fairy suite, by Lucius 
Hosmer [of U. S. 1 ; orch. (Concert 
edition, no. 556) Contents : 1. By the 
hearth. — 2. The godmother and the 
fairies. — 3. The court ball. — 4. The 
royal nuptials. [742 

© Jan. 23, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 528984; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

by Florence Eldredge [of U. S.] ; 

piano. Lawrence, Mass., Bay State 
music co. (Tunes for little hands, six 
melodious pieces in the G clef, no. 3) 

[743 
© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 530408 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Circus (The) clown; humoreske, by 
Carl Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] op. 
451, no. 5 ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay State music co. (Summer idyls, 
six characteristic pieces, no. 5) [744 
© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 530402 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Clarke (Rebecca) Sonata; by R. 
Clarke [of England] ; viola or violon- 
cello and piano. [745 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 526771 ; J. & W. Chester, ltd., Lon- 
don. 



Cloches de eete; de Paul Fauchey, arr. 
par F. Salabert [of France] ; orch. 
avec piano conducteur. 4to. (Celebre 
collection des succes, no. 316) [746 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526904; Francis Salabert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Clock (The) ; by Hazel Gertrude Kin- 
scella [of U. S.] ; piano. (Ten tiny 
tunes) [747 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528874; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Closer ; l'adoree de mon cceur, words 
and music by Leon du Pare [of U. S.] 
New York, Chappell-Harms, inc. 

[748 

© Jan. 21, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 

E 528935 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Clouds : part-song, words by Archibald 
Lampman, music by William Lester [of 
U. S.] ; sop. and alto. (Choruses in 
octavo form, no. 5059) [749 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528838; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Clown's (The) dance ; by Hazel Ger- 
trude Kinscella [of U. S.] ; piano. 
(Ten tiny tunes) [750 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528881; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Cocktails ; from The little girl in red, 
words by Harold Simpson and Arthur 
Stanley, music by Edouard L'Enfant 
[of Great Britain] [751 

© Jan. 9, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 526819; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Collection (A) oe Syrian song melo- 
dies ; arr. by Frederick G. Nobile [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Contents : Beni Wa- 
tanie. — H w i d e 1 e k . — Mashallanie. — 
Wahabeebie. — Zouroonev. — Al - Auzo- 
biat. • [752 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 530125; Nobile & Habib, Torring- 
ton, Conn. 

Colored leaves ; words by J. F. Wolf- 
ington, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music 
co. [753 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529117; Joseph F. Wolfington, Con- 
shohocken, Pa. 

Columbine; by S. Athanasius [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., Bay 
State music co. (Four miniatures, 
no. 1) [754 



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755 



pt. in, n. s. 



17 



© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530385 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence., 

Mass. 

Come back to me; words by E. Donson, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[755 
© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529094; Esther Donson, Barker- 
ton, O. 

Come on and dance me; words by H. 
Bernard, melody by B. Baskette [of 
U. S.], arr. by Jack Denny [of U. S.l 

[756 
© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1922; E 525890; 
Hughy Bernard and Billy Baskette, 
New York. 

Come to me, dearest; words by T. R. 
Gibson, music by Marvin Westman 
[of U. S.] [757 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529038; 
Thomas R. Gibson, Couva Trinidad, 
B. W. I. 

Come to roseland garden; words by 

Will Frederic, melody bv Max Field 

[of U. S.l [758 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530179; 

Vogue music publishers, Minneapolis. 

Come unto Me ; words and music by 
Abraham Storey [of England] 8vo. 

[759 
© Mar. 1, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1921; 
E 528929; T. Henry Storey, New 
York. 

Coming home along; words by Nancie 

B. Marsland, music by May H. Brahe 

[of Great Britain] ; in E flat. [760 

© Jan. 9, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1922; 

E 526883 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Community march; by Frederick A. 
Williams [of U. S.] op. 101 ; piano. 

[761 
© Jan. 23, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 528982; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Complainin' ; a darky lament, words by 

Alex Rogers, music by C. Luckeyth 

Roberts [of U. S.] [762 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530326; 

Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Complete in Thee; words by A. R. 

Wolfe, cho. by J. M. G., music by 

T. J. Bittikofer [of U. S.] [763 

© Jan. 13, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 530215 • T. J. Bittikofer, Chicago. 



Concert no. 1 ; af Adolf Wiklund [of 
Sweden] op. 10; 2 pianos, 4 hands. 

[764 
© Dec. 20, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526858; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Concert no. 2; af Adolf Wiklund [of 
Sweden] op. 17; 2 pianos, 4 hands. 

[765 
© Dec. 20, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526859 ; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Concert study ; in the form of varia- 
tions, by Albert Coates [of England] ; 
piano. [766 

© Tan. 20, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1922; 
E 526871 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Congo ; words by A. Schamberg, melody 
by A. Schamberg and Bennie Cantor 
[of U. S.], arr. by A. Schamberg. 

[767 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525932; 
Arthur Schamberg, Pittsburgh. 

Congo dance; by A. Sartorio [of Ger- 
many] ; piano, four hands. (Dances 
from many lands) [768 

© Dec. 24, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1921 ; 
E 530114; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Conscience; words by A. R. Bartlett, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[769 
© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528714; Alice R. Bartlett, Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 

Consolation ; par Hedwige Chretien [of 
France] ; piano. [770 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526673 ; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Conte de grand'merE; duo, paroles de 

X, musique de Germain Letel [of 

France] [771 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 526707 ; Letellier, Paris. 

Contemplation; par Hedwige Chretien 
[of France] ; violon et piano. [772 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526676 ; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Cora ; words by A. Bernard, music by 
Al Bernard and Larry Briers [of 
U. S.] [773 

© Jan. 22, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922; 
E 530593; L. Wolfe Gilbert music 
corp., New York. 



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no. 2, 1922 



790 



Core ca soeere ; versi di F. Mario Russo, 

musica di Luigi Mattiello [of Italy] 

4to. [774 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 530205 ; P. Eliseo & son, New York. 

Core che parla ; versi di F. Carbone, 
musica di S. Capaldo [of Italy] 4to. 

[775 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 530204 ; P. Eliseo & son, New York. 

Corner (A) in EaEriE; miniature suite, 
by Francis Bettye [of England] ; 
piano. (Magnus albums, v. 94) Con- 
tents : 1. In old wives daies. — 2. The 
red-capped elves. — 3. The shepherd's 
pipe.—4. The moon dance. [776 

© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922 ; 
E 526872; Swan & co., Watson & 
Wilcock, ltd., London. 

Cortege Louis XIII ; marche de car- 
actere, de Paul Fauchey, arr. par F. 
Salabert [of France] ; orch. avec piano 
conducteur. 4to. (Celebre collection 
des sucoes, no. 345) [777 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 526890; Francis Salabert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Cortege marche ; de Georges Jouan- 
neau, arr. de Aug. Z u r fl u h [of 
France] ; orch. parties separees, avec 
piano conducteur. 4to. (Collection 
adaptations, series verte, no. 2) [778 
© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526642 ; Bons a u t e u r s , Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Cortege orientaeE; by James P. Dunn 
[of U. S.] ; organ, obi. 8vo. (Organ 
music, no. 5008) [779 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 528554; J. Fischer & bro.. New 
York. 

Cosaque (Le) ; pas redouble, par A. 
Courtade [of France] ; fanfare de 
trompettes avec clairons et tambours. 
Partition. 4to. [780 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526659 ; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Country round; by E. Sochting [of 
Germany] op. 178, no. 3 ; piano. 
(Golden hour at the piano) [781 

© Dec. 13, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1921 ; 
E 528664; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Cour (La) du Roi Petaud; operette 
satirique en 2 actes, livret de Georges 
Rose, m u s i q u e de Henri Bresles 



[pseud, of H. Bachimont, of France] 
Paris, Margueritat pere, fils et gendre. 
4to. [782 

© Dec. 20, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
D 26240 ; Henri Bachimont, Paris. 

Courage. See Tales of the fairy dust- 
man. 

Courante, See Pearce (Charles W.) 
Two pieces in contrasted styles for 
small hands. 

Court (The) ball. See Cinderella. 

Cowles (Cecil) Caprice; by C. Cowles 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [783 

© Jan. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922 ; 

E 528961 ; Composers' music corp., 

New York. 

Cozy time; by Christopher O'Hare [of 

U. S.] ; orch. (Concert edition, no. 

557) [784 

© Jan. 23, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 

E 528981 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Cradle song ; part-song, words from the 
German, music by William Lester [of 
U. S.] ; sop. and alto. (Choruses in 
octavo form, no. 5060) [785 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528835; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Creole jazz ; words by Karyl Norman, 
melody by Edwin J. Weber [of U. S.], 
arr. by Jesse Greer [of U. S.] [786 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; E 530050; 
Harrv Von Tilzer music pub. co., New 
York" 

Crepusaile (Le) ; by M. Hunter [of 
Holland, domiciled at New York] , arr. 
bv Rudolf Grant [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[787 
© 1 c. Dec. 27, 1921; E 528724; 
Morris Hunter, New York. 

CrepusculE; par F. de la Tombelle [of 

France] ; piano. (Des apres-midi sous 

les arbres, no. 7) [788 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 526761 ; Costallat et cie., Paris. 

Crime (Le) ; par E. Tremisot, arr. par 
Albersenn [of France] ; petit orch. 
avec piano conducteur. 4to. (Suite 
dramatique, no. 4) [789 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526663; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Croon, my mammy, as you did in the 
long ago; words and melody by A. J. 
Rienzo [of U. S.] [790 



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© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525896; 
Alfred J. Rienzo, New York. 

Crossing the bar;, words by Tennyson, 

music by H. Breitenbach [of U. S.] 

op. 248. 4to. [791 

© Jan. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 

E 528799 ; Volkwein bros., Pittsburgh. 

■ words by Alfred Tennyson, music 

by Laura Hubbard Jaccard, arr. by 
W. M. Runyan [of U. S.] ; male voices. 

[792 
© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530536 ; William M. Runyan, Wich- 
ita, Kan. 

Crying for the moon ; words by Edgar 

Leslie, music by Pete Wendling Tof 

U. S.l [793 

© Jan. 3, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1922 ; 

E 530285 ; Jack Mills, inc., New York. 

Cubanita; fox trot, words and music by 
Will Goldman and Will Friedman [of 
U. S.] [794 

^© Jan. 10, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 528608 ; Triangle music pub. co., 
New York. 

Cuckoo (The) calls ; by E. Sochting 
[of Germany] op. 178, no. 6; piano. 
(Golden hour at the piano) [795 

© Dec. 13, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1921 ; 
E 528667; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Cu-cu ; fox-trot, di Renato Brogi [of 
Italy] 1. Canzone, versione ritmica di 
Guido Pinelli.— 2. Piano. [796,797 

© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 1 c. each Dec. 28, 
1921; E 526319, 526320; A. Forlivesi 
& c, Florence. 

Cuddle up beside me; words by E. 

Swab, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.l [798 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528557; 

Earl Swab, Los Angeles. 

Cuddle up together ; my old brown 
coat, from Marjolaine, words by Brian 
Hooker, music by Hugo Felix [of 
U. S.l [799 

© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922 ; 
E 528988 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

CutiE; from The blue kitten, words by 

Otto Harbach, music by Rudolf Friml 

[of U. S.] [800 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 528728 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

Cutie Lulu Brown ; words and music 
by W. Reed [of U. S.] [801 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; E 530222; 
Waldo Reed, Westport Point, Mass. 



Dad; words by Mrs. O. I. Hanson, mu- 
sic by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.l 
Chicago, Legters music co. [802 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 

■ E 530268 ; Mrs. O. I. Hanson, Malta, 
Mont. 

Daddy ; from The blue kitten, words by 

Otto Harbach, music by Rudolf Friml 

[of U. S.l [803 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 528727 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

words by M. Nank, music by A. 

Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, 

Legters music co. [804 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 

E 529098 ; Martin Nank, Dubuque, la. 

Daddy, oh daddy ! words by B. F. 
Tweedy, music by Gustave B a r t o 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[805 
© Jan. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529153; Benjamin F. Tweedy, Lew- 
iston, Id. 

Daddy please coime back to me; words 

by E. Doziere, music by David Reed 

[of U. S.] New York, Bell music 

studios. [806 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 

. E 530641 ; Essie Doziere, New York. 

Daddy's gone to Canada; words by L. 
Durham,, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] • Chicago, Legters music co. 

[807 

© Tan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529083 ; Lucile Durham, Trilla, 111. 

Daddy where is heaven ; words and 
music by L. B. Ross [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Legters music co. [808 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530261 ; Leola B. Ross, Detroit. 

DAproDTLS ; by J. M. Baldwin [of U. S.l 
op. 67, no. 4 ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay State music co. (An old fash- 
ioned garden, six pieces, no. 1) [809 
© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530412 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Dance me; schottische, by G. V. Lembo 

[of Italy, domiciled at Waymart, Pa.] ; 

piano. [810 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1922; E 530437; 

George Vincent Lembo, Waymart, Pa. 

Dance of the dolls. See Toy town 
tales. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 2, 1922 



827 



Dance of the leaves ; by Leighton 
Diggs [of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, 
Mass., Bay State music co. (Young 
artist's repertoire, six melodious pieces, 
no. 6) [811 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530397 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Dance oe the marionettes. See Leven- 
son (Boris) Six pieces for the piano- 
forte. 

Dance oe the sprites; by Chas. V. 
Cloy [pseud, of F. W. Messe], rev. 
by H. L. Harts [of U. S.] ; piano. 
Revised edition. [812 

© Dec. 23, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 525870; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision] 

Dance of the zephyrs ; by S. Atha- 
nasius [of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, 
Mass., Bay State music co. (Four 
miniatures, no. 3) [813 

© Dec. 30. 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 530387 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Dance (A) souvenir; valse, by Emil 
Kronke [of Germany] op. 145 ; piano. 

[814 
© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 530331; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Dancing (The) class; by August 
Nolck [of Germany] op. 197, no. 4 ; 
pf. (4 compositions, no. 4) [815 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 528919; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Dandelion greens ; words and music by 

F. G. Wheeler [of U. S.] [816 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530292; 

Fannie Gray Wheeler, Bloomington, 

111. 

Dans l'ombre de la cathedralE ; 
drame lyrique en trois actes, poeme de 
Maurice Lena et Henry F e r r a r e 
d'apres Blasco Ibafiez, musique de 
Georges Hiie [of France] [817 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922 ; 
D 26245 ; Heugel, Paris. 

Dans la maison ; recueil, texte de Mary 
Haudebert, musique de Lucien Haude- 
bert [of France] ; voix moyennes. 

[818 
© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526670; E. Demets, Paris. 



Dans la vie faut pas s'en fairE; de 
l'operette Dede, paroles de Albert 
Willemetz, musique de Henri Chris- 
tine [of France] [819 
© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526691 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Dans un revE; reverie, by J. Harold 
Henrv [of England] ; violin and piano. 

[820 
© Jan. 4. 1922; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526881 ; Bos worth & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Danse. See Suite pour flute et piano. 

Danse elegiaquE; de la pantomime 
Scaramouche, par Jean Sibelius, op. 71, 
ed. and rev. by Julia A. Burt [of 
U. S.l ; piano. (Wilhelm Hansen edi- 
tion, no. 1959) [821 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526853 ; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing and revision] 

Danse lointainE; par F. de la Tom- 
belle [of France] ; piano. (Des apres- 
midi sous les arbres, no. 6) [822 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526760; Costallat et cie., Paris. 

Danse paysannE; by Leon J. Fontaine 
[of Great Britain] op. 34 ; violin and 
piano. (Two dances, no. 2) [823 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526869 ; W. Paxton & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Danse petite; by L. Leslie Loth [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Two little dances of 
medium difficulty, no. 1) [824 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1922; 
E 530175; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Dartmoor days ; from The golden moth, 
words by P. G. Wodehouse and 
Adrian Ross, music by Ivor Novello 
[of England] [825 

© Dec. 6, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526790 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Dawn ; poem and music by Mrs. C. D. 

Wetmore [i. e. S. T. Wetmore, of 

U. S.] [826 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1922; E 528693; 

Sara Thomson Wetmore, New York. 

words by Madison Cawein, music 

by Joseph W. Clokey [of U. S-l 

op. 22. [827 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 

E 528548 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 



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Dawn (The) ; poem and music by L. P. 
Hampar [of U. S.] ■ [828 

© Dec. 10, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922 ; 
E 525964 ; Leah P. Hampar, Chicago. 

Dawn in the forest; Indian operetta, 

words and melody by G. L. Sohst [of 

U. S.] [829 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922 ; D 26242 ; Grace 

L. Sohst, San Francisco. 

Day by day ; lyrics by Frank Phelan 

and Marcel Klauber, melody by J. 

Geisler [of U. S.l [830 

© 1 c.Jan. 28, 1922; E 529065; 

Joseph Geisler, New York. 

Day dreams; words by C. Derendinger, 

melody by Dave Peyton [i. e. David 

B. Peyton, jr., of U. S.] [831 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529064; 

Clarice Derendinger, Chicago. 

Days (The) of long ago; words and 
music bv Irma Hopper [of U. S.] 

[832 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 529000; 
Harms, inc., New York. 

Days oe waiting; words by J. Messer, 

melody by Max Norworth [pseud, of 

Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [833 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530552; 

Jane Messer, Allentown, Pa. 

De profundis ; pour les soldats morts 
pour la patrie, par Marcel Dupre [of 
France] op. 18 ; choeur a quatre voix 
mixtes avec ace. de grand orgue. 4to. 
(Bibliotbeque-Leduc, no. 639: Musique 
religieuse) [834 

© Nov. 28, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526667 ; Alphonse Leduc et cie., 
Paris. 

Deacon Jones ; words and music by F. 
G. Schwing [of U. $.], arr. by Harold 
Plowe [of U. S.l [835 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530159; 
Frederick Gustave Schwing, Peoria, 
111. 

Dear ; words and music by H. Gobetz 
[of U. S.l [836 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; E 528481; 
Henry Gobetz, Brooklyn. 

Dear utteE girl ; words by J. A. Moore, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[837 
© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 529009; Joseph A. Moore, New 
York. 



Dear Louise; words by A. H. Hall, 
music by Al. Fernsworth [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[838 
© Jan. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529154; Almira Haven Hall, Wa- 
seca, Minn. 

Dear old dad ; words by A. Lublanovits, 
music by Larry Baxa [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [839 
© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528777; Al. Lublanovits and L. 
Baxa, So. Norwalk, Conn. 

Dear old Tennessee; words by C. W. 
Dykeman and A. Zawadzki, music by 
A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Legters music co. [840 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530272; C. W. Dykeman and A. 
Zawadzki, Brainerd, Minn. 

Dearie don't leave me all alone; 
words by P. Boutelje, melody by P. 
Boutelje and M. Gertwin [of U. S.] 

[841 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530181; 
Phil Boutelje & Max Gertwin, New 
York. 

Dearie I love no one but you ; words 
by J. Quirk, music by Norrie Bernard 
[of U. S.] New York, Lenox co. 

[842 
© Dec. 24, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 528637 ; James Quirk, New York. 

Dede ; operette en trois actes, livret de 
Albert Willemetz, musique de H. 
Christine [of France] ; piano et chant. 

[843 
© Dec. 14, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
D 26235 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Dede-shim,my ; si j'avais su, par Henri 
Christine [of France] ; orch. avec 
piano-conducteur. 4to. (Celebre col- 
lection des succes, no. 511) [844 
© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526648 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Delight (Delices) ; shimmy ou fox trot, 
par Pierre Gasc [of France] ; piano. 

[845 
© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526747; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Demi-sommeil; de Georges de Seynes 
[of France] ; violon et piano. [846 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526918 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Depart (Le) (The departure) ; poesie 
de Henri de Regnier, English version 



54 



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no. 2, 1922 



863 



by Rosa Newmarch [of England], 
musique de Albert Roussel, op. 3, 
no. 1 ; voix moyennes. [847 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526723; Rouart, Lerolle & cie., Pa- 
ris. [Copyright is claimed on edition 
with English version] 

Der skreg en fugl; kvartet, ord av 
Vilhelm Krag, musik av Johan Hal- 
vorsen [of Norway! ; mandsstemmer. 
4to. (Norsk musikforlags udgave, no. 
372) [848 

© Nov. 15, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526832; Norsk musikforlag, 
Christiania. 

Des Tziganes passerent ; poeme de P. 
Duplessis et Pouzillac, musique de E. 
Rey-Andreu [of France] op. 38, no. 4. 
(In La pensee latine, 8 e annee, no. 16, 
Dec. 1921) [849 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 526915 ; Ch. Hayet, Paris. 

Desert love; valse, by Lionel Taylor 
[of England] ; piano. [850 

© Jan. 12, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526842; H. Sharpies & son (Lon- 
don) ltd., London. 

Desert moon ; words and melody by 

C. F. Bowman [of U. S.] [851 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; E 528642; 

Charles Frederick Bowman, West 

Hoboken, N. J. 

Desert stars ; words by Dorothy How- 
ard and C. Repper, music by C. Repper 
[of U. S.] Boston, Mass., Charles 
Brashear. [852 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530022; Charles Repper, Boston. 

DesEspoir des parents reverte de 
Pierrot. See Enfant (L') prodigue. 

Deux (Les) freres ; rondo, par R. Ch. 

Martin [of France] op. 95, no. 2 ; 

piano. [853 

© Dec. 14, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 526731 ; Durand et cie., Paris. 

Development oe the finger tremolo ; 
C. C. Row den [of U. S.] ; banjo. 
(Claud C. Rowden's fundamental 
principles of banjo playing in C nota- 
tion) [854 
© Jan. 17, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922 ; 
E 530507 ; Claud C. Rowden, Chicago. 

Died He for me? words by Charles 
Wesley, music by W. M. Runyan [of 
U. S.] ; male voices. (Runyan's mu- 
sic for men) [855 



© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530519; William M. Runyan, Wich- 
ita, Kan. 

Dillar (A) a dollar. See Bobbie and 
Teddie. 

Din-toire (A) mit Got 

(tt^'trfc min-p X); 

kadish fun reb Levi Itzchok Berdit- 
shever, words folk-lore, music arr. by 
Leo Low [of U. S.] [856 

© Dec. 15, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1921 ; 
E 525158; Jos. P. Katz, New York. 

Dipper waltz ; reverie, by R. J. Eber- 

hart [of U. S.] ; piano. [857 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 

E 530080; Raymond J. Eberhart, 

Shelbyville, Ind. 

Disappointed ; words by L. Bernstein, 

music by Lawrence McDermott [of 

U. S.l [858 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530506; 

Lucia L. Bernstein, Detroit. 

Discontented Rose; from Betty, words 
and music by George A. Norton [of 
U. S.l [859 

© Dec. 10, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 525962; Martin L. Purcell & co., 
Denver. 

Divine praises ; text Scriptural, music 
by N. Lahiff [and] Holy Lord God 
almighty ; processional, words from 
hymn, music a marche pontificate, 
melody by Ch. Gounod, arr. by N. 
Lahiff [of U. S.] [860 

© June 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1921 ; 
E 524920 ; Nellie Lahiff, New York. 

Dixie land; arr. by Paul Dawson [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., Bay 
State music co. (Well known folk 
melodies, no. 1) [861 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530413 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. [Copyright is claimed on har- 
mony and arrangement] 

Dixie wedding bells; words by Mau- 
rice Pomerance, music by Al. Meyer 
[of U. S.l [862 

© Dec. 28, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528894; Irving Berlin, inc., New 
York. 

Do NOT PART UNTIL THE ANGELS CALL 

you ; words by A. Picha, music by 
Irving Edwards [of U. S.] New 
York, Simplex co. [863 

© Nov. 13, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1922; 
E 530442 ; Albert Picha, St. Louis. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



DobbELTportr^et ; kvartet, ord av Her- 
man Wildenvey, musik av Johan Hal- 
vorsen [of Norway] ; mandsstemmer. 
4to. (Norsk musikforlags udgave, no. 
370) [864 

© Nov. 15, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526834; Norsk musikforlag, Chris- 
tiania. 

Dollar and a hale a day ; version 2 of 
a capstan or windlass chanty, noted 
by H. E. Piggott and Percy Aldridge 
Grainger, set by P. A. Grainger [of 
U. S.] ; men's voices. New York, G. 
Schirmer, inc. (G. S. 8vo choruses, 
no. 6965 : Sea-chanty settings) [865 
© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1922; 
E 530172; P. A. Grainger, White 
Plains, N. Y. 

Dolores. See Ancliffe (Charles) Three 
vocal valses. 

Donizetti (Gaetano) Sextet from Lu- 
cia ; by Donizetti, arr. by Carl Bohm, 
op. 114, no. 5, ed. by H. L. Harts [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Piano solos, sixth 
series) [866 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 528944; White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

Don't bring me posies, it's shoEies 
that I need; words by Billy McCabe 
and Clarence Jennings, music by Fred 
Rose [of U. S.l [867 

© Nov. 12, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 25,' 1922; 
E 530565 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New 
York. 

Don't look away ; words by P. A. 

Stark, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [868 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530577; 

Peter Art Stark, Butte, Mont. 

Don't mind ie I do; a musical comedy 
in three acts, bk. by George Grenville 
Benedict and Harry Kay Behn, jr., 
music by Lewis Augustus Harlow, 
Malcolm Howard Dill and Arthur A. 

.. Fisk [of U. S.] [869 

© Dec. 21, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 
D 26233 ; Pi eta soc, Cambridge, 
Mass. 

Don't stake your birthright; fox 
trot, words by Mrs. E. Benjamin, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[870 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528570;. 
Mrs. E. Benjamin, El Dorado, Calif. 



Don't stay away from your old home 
town too long; words by Henry 
Troy, melody by Christopher Smith 
[of U. S.], arr. by Robert W. 
Ricketts [of U. S.] [871 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1922; E 530370; 
Zipf music pub. co., New York. 

Doo dah blues ; words and music by 
Fred Rose arid Eddie White [of U. S.] 

[872 
© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jam 4, 1922; 
E 525888 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Door (The) oe grace; words and music 
by W. M. Runyan [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. [873 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530520 ; William M. Runyan, Wich- 
ita, Kan. 

Dor'thy ; words and melody by Bennie 

Cantor [of U. S.], arr. by A. Scham- 

berg [of U. S.] [874 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525933; 

Arthur Schamberg, Pittsburgh. 

Douce blEssurE; celebre melodie, par 

Rogelio Huguet [of France] ; orch. 

avec piano-conducteur. 4to. [875 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 526649; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Down along the Ho Hang Ho; words 
and music by J. Raher [of U. S.] 
Philadelphia, Pa., Harry J. Lincoln 
music co. [876 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 530201 ; Jack Raher, Du Bois, Pa. 

Down among the Carolina pines; 
words by L. M. Howard, melody by 
Max Nor worth [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.l [877 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530546; 
Lois M. Howard, Andrews, S. C. 

Down by the brook ; words by M. Bal- 
four, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] [878 

© Dec. 5, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530472 ; Marie Balfour, Chicago. 

Down by the garden gate; words by 
N. Allen, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [879 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525970 ; Nettie Allen, Section, Ala. 

Down in China town. See New York 
pictures. 



56 



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no. 2, 1922 



899 



Down low at the cross ; words and 
music by W. M. Runyan [of U. S.] ; 
male voices. [880 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530533; William M. Runyan, Wich- 
ita, Kan. 

Down on Avenue A; words by Ben 
Ryan and Bert Hanlon, melody by 
Violinsky [pseud, of Solly Ginsberg, 
of U. S.] [881 

© lc. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528529; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Down on the shore; words by D. B. 
Jones, music by George Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [882 

© Jan. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922 ; 
E 529021; Daisy B. Jones, Wichita 
Falls, Tex. 

Down the long trail ; words and music 
by W. M. Runyan [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. [883 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530531 ; William M. Runyan, Wich- 
ita, Kan.- 

Draging the dragon blues ; words by 
Al. Bernard, melody by Bob Haring 
[of U. S.] [884 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528590; 
Handy bros. music co., inc., New 
York. 

Drame ignore ; ouverture, par Gabriel- 
Marie et Hans Ourdine [of France] ; 
orch., parties separees, avec piano con- 
ducteur. 4to. [885 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526643; Philippo, Paris. 

Draumkv;edet ; kvartet, gammel norsk 
folkepoesi, musik av David Monrad 
Johansen [of Norway] op. 7 ; mands- 
stemmer. 4to. (Norsk' musikforlags 
udgave, no. 387) [886 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526828; Norsk musikforlag, Chris- 
tiania. 

Dream man ; lyric by Lewis R. Coccia, 
music by Vincent Berardi [of U. S.l 

[887 
© Dec. 17, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 525953 ; Berardi, Coccia music pub. 
co., Rochester, N. Y. 

Dreaming; waltz, words and music by 

M. Azzolina [of U. S.] [888 

© Jan. 9, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 

E 525943 ; Christopher music co., Du 

Quoin, 111. 



words by D. John, music by A. 

Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Legters music co. [889 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529084 ; Dorothy John, Bloomsburg, 
Pa: 

Dreaming of you ; words and music by 

S. D. Rucker [of U. S.] [890 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; E 525902; 

Susannah Dickson Rucker, Clearfield, 

Pa. 

Dreamland; nocturne, by A. Duffy [of 

U. S.] ; piano. Chicago, Emily Rose 

Haungs. [891 

© Dec. 21, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1921 ; 

E 525868 ; Alma Duffy, Chicago. 

Dreams; words by Adele Marshall, mu- 
sic by H. W. Watts [of U. S.] [892 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 528932; 
Harry William Watts, Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. 

words by F. H. Enz, music by Leo 

Friedman [of U. S.] [893 

© 1 c. Nov. 30, 1921; Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530490 ; F. H. Enz, Chicago. 

Dreams of you ; waltz, words and mu- 
sic by A. F. Cotes [of U. S.] [894 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1922; E 530630; 
Alfred F. Cotes, Seattle. 

Dreams of you dear; melody, by S. 
Nathanson and Bob Effros [of U. S.] 

[895 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, _ 1922 ; E 529066 ; 
Saul Nathanson, Philadelphia. 

Dreamy blues ; melody by J. Lasdon 

[of U. S.], arr. by John W. Rehauser 

[of U. S.l [896 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1922; E 525882; 

Jack Lasdon, New York. 

Dreamy dreams; words by M. Brandt, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[897 
© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525977 ; Meta Brandt, Milwaukee. 

Dreamy eyes let' joy 'bells ring for 

ME; words by Jack Cochrane, music 

by B. Gates [of U. S.] [898 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1922; 

E 525877; Billy Gates, New York. 

Dreamy hollow ; from Red pepper, 
lyrics and music by Owen Murphy [of 
U. S.], arr. bv J. Dell Lampe [of 
U. S.l [899 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 530652; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 



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900 



pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



Dreamy isle; words by M. O. Steen, 
music by H. W. Monson [of U. S.] 
Minneapolis, Monson music. [900 

© Jan. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922 ; 
E 529005; H. W. Monson, Minne- 
apolis. 

Drifting with you ; words by Harold 
W. Taylor, music by Horace R. Tag- 
gart and J. Cohen [of U. S.], arr. by 
J. Cohen. [901 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530315; 
Jesse Cohen, Madison, Wis. 

Drop of honey ; words by E. E. Rae, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp, 

[902 
© Jan. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922 ; 
E 529018; Edith E. Rae, Yonkers, 
N. Y. 

Dustman's (The) arrival. See Tales 

of the fairy dustman. 
Dutch (The) doll; by Gloria Marshall 

[of U. S.] ; piano. (Little Holland, 

no. 1) [903 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1922; 

E 530104; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Dyin' with the blues ; words by O. 

Benzing and Charles McCord, melody 

by O. Benzing [of U. S.] [904 

© 1 c. Dec. 10, 1921; E 528893; 

Otto Benzing, New York. 

Dying (The) hero; words by P. E. 
Huebner, music by A. Leopold Rich- 
ard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters mu- 
sic co. [905 
© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529077 ; Paul E. Huebner, St. Louis. 

Dying (A) soldier's earewell; words 
by Mrs. F. W. Leidenfrost, melody by 
Max Norworth [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.J [906 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530554; 
Mrs. F. W. Leidenfrost, St. Paul. 

Early riser; slow fox-trot, by M. J. 

Saxon [of Jugo-Slavia, domiciled at 

New York] ; banjo solo. [907 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 528451; 

Michael John Saxon, New York. 

Ecstasy ; words and music by Hubbard 
Hutchinson [of U. S.] ; high voice. 
(Three mood-poems) [908 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530060; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 



Eddie Leonard blues ; fox-trot, words 
and music by Val. and Ernie Stanton 



[of U. S.]. 1. Song. 2. Orch., arr. 
by Claude Lapham [of U. S.] 4to. 

[909, 910 
© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 18, 
1922; E 530318, 530319; Edward B. 
Marks music co., New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Egyptian Rose ; words by Walter 

Cramer, music by .Cec. Sullivan [i. e. 

C. F. Sullivan, of U..S.] [911 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530496; 

Cecil F. Sullivan, Petaluma, Calif. 

Eight little dances. See Bach (Johann 
Sebastian) 

El Shaday ; words by M. Rund, melody 

by S. Weisser [of Austria, domiciled 

at New York] [912 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530495; 

Morris Rund, New York. 

Elaine; words by J. Petosa, music bv 
Marvin Westman [of U. S.] [913 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529049; 
Josephine Petosa, Chicago. 

Eleanor; words by G. E. Taylor, music 
by Zita Taylor Dougal [of U. S.] 

[914 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; E 530135; 
George E. Taylor, Dunlap, la. 

Elegy ; by E. Nollet, op. 88, rev. by 
H. L. Harts [of U. S.] ; piano. 
(Piano solos, sixth series) [915 

© Dec. 23, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 525871; White- Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision] 

Eli Eli ; Jewish melody, arr. by P. 
Wolf [of U. S.] ; violin, in the first 
position. [916 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 528652; Paul Wolf, Brooklyn. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision] 

Ella dear; semiclassical ballad, words 

by T. Long, music by L. A. Clark [of 

U. S.T [917 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530572; 

Thos. Long, Lowell. 

ELLE PORTE UN NOM CHARMANT ; de 

l'operette Dede, paroles de Albert 
Willemetz, musique de H. Christine 
[of France] [918 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526694; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Emma JanE; words and music by H. S. 

Lewis [of U. S.], arr. by Len Fleming 

[of U. S.l [919 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 528889; 

Howard Stanton Lewis, Philadelphia. 



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2, 1922 



934. 



Endearing memories ; words by Fred- 
erick F. O'Brien, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [920 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528563; 
Frederick F. O'Brien, Middletown, 
Conn. 

Endnu et strEif kun aE sol ; kvartet, 
ord fra Somerset, musik af Johan Hal- 
vorsen [of Norway] ; mandsstemmer. 
4to. (Norsk musikforlags udgave, no. 
371) [921 

© Nov. 15, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526833 ; Norsk musikforlag, Chris- 
tiania. 

EnEant (L') prodiguE; suite sur les 
motifs de la pantomime en 3 actes de 
Andre Wormser, arr. par F. Salabert 
[of France] ; orch. avec piano conduc- 
teur. 4to. (Nouvelle collection Sala- 
bert, no. 22) Contents: 1. Ouver- 
ture. — 2. Le veillee. — 3. Valse de Phry- 
nette. — 4. Desespoir des parents reverie 
de Pierrot. — 5. Marche militaire. 

[922 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 

E 526895; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

EsTELLE; valse intime, by George Egge- 

ling [of Germanvl op. 169 ; pf. [923 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 

E 528'915; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 

Boston. 

Etude d 'extension ; de Hans Seeling, 
nouvelle edition rev. et doigtee par 
I. Philipp [of France] ; piano. (Etudes 
de travail) [924 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526681; Ch. Hayet, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on revision and finger- 
ing] 

Etude d'ocTavEs ; de Charles Mayer, 
nouvelle edition rev. et doigtee par 
I. Philipp [of France] ; piano. (Etudes 
de travail) • [925 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526679; Ch. Hayet, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on revision and finger- 
ing] 

de Th. Kullak, nouvelle edition rev. 

' ed doigtee par I. Philipp [of France] ; 
piano. (Etudes de travail) [926 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526677; Ch. Hayet, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on revision and finger- 
ing] 

Etude de bravourE; de J. Moscheles, 
nouvelle edition rev. et doigtee par I. 
Philipp [of France]; piano. (Etudes 
de travail) [927 



© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526680; Ch. Hayet, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on revision and finger- 
ing] 

par Hans Seeling, op. 10, no. 8, 

nouvelle edition revue et doigtee par 
I. Philipp [of France] ; piano. (Etudes 
de travail) [928 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526734; Ch. Hayet, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on new edition, re- 
vision and fingering] 

Etude de dExterite ; de Ch. Czerny, 
nouvelle edition rev. et doigtee par 
I. Philipp [of France] ; piano. (Etudes 
de travail) [929 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526683 ; Ch. Hayet, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on revision and finger- 
ing] 

Etude de legerete ; de Ch. Tausig, op. 1, 
no. 2, nouvelle edition rev. et doigtee 
par I. Philipp [of France] ; piano. 
(Etudes de travail) [930 

© Dec. 14, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526685 ; Ch. Hayet, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on revision and finger- 



EtudE de velocite; de Ch. Czerny, 
nouvelle edition rev. et doigtee par 
I. Philipp [of France] ; piano. (Etudes 
de travail) [931 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526684 ; Ch. Hayet, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on revision and finger- 
ing] 

Etude en notes repetees ; par S. Thal- 
berg, op. 45, nouvelle edition revue et 
doigtee par I. Philipp [of France] ; 
piano. (Etudes de travail) [932 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526733 ; Ch. Hayet, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on new edition, re- 
vision and fingering] 

Etudes et exercicEs techniques; 
grave-liaisons-mecanisme, par Marcel 
Moyse [of France] ; flute. [933 

© Nov. 30, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526710; Alphonse Leduc et cie., 
Paris. 

Ever since you told me that you 
loved me; by E. Fortunato [of U. S.] ; 
orch. 4to. [934 

© Dec. 9, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 12, 1921 ; 
E 528945; Eugenio Fortunato, Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on new 
matter] 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



Everybody's baby ; words by B. Shoch, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.l Chicago, Legters music co. 

[935 
© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529072 ; Bessie Shoch, Brooklyn. 

Everything's been goin' on wrong; 
words and music by A. Pearine [of 
U. S.j, arr. by James Rhine [of U. S.] 

[936 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922; E 529161; 
A. Pearine, Toledo, O. 

Exile (The) See Ames (John C.) 
Two short songs. 

Exotic cradle song. See New York 
pictures. 

Eyes oe love ; words by George Arthurs, 
music by R. Penso [of England] ; 
in G. [937 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 526611; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Faith. See Mendelssohn-Bar tholdy 
(Jacob Ludwig Felix) Tales of the 
fairy dustman. 

Family ; words by D. J. Leibman, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] [938 

© Nov. 30, 1921 ;2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530489; Daniel J. Leibman, Chi- 
cago. 

FanchettE; words and music by Fran- 
cis C. Chantereau [of U. S.] 1. Eng- 
lish text.— 2. French text. [939, 940 
© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 17, 
1922 ; E 530281, 530282 ; Franco-Amer- 
ican music pub. co., Boston. 

FantomES ; poesie de Henri de Fleu- 

rigny, musique de Eug. Manescau [of 

France] [941 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 526742; E. Gaudet, Paris. 

Far away on the green isles ; words 
by Mrs. C. Ramsbottom, melody by 
Max Norworth [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, 
of U. S.] [942 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922 ; E 530558 ; Mrs. 
C. Ramsbottom, Ft. Des Moines, la. 

Far off India; by Nikolas Rimsky- 
Korsakoff, trans, by H. C lough - 
Leighter [of U. S.] ; organ. (For the 
organ, second series) [943 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1922; 
E 530103; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcription] 



Farewell; waltz, by E. Sochting [of 
Germany] op. 178, no. 7 ; piano. 
(Golden hour at the piano) [944 

© Dec. 13, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1921 ; 
E 528668; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Farming ; by G. I. Tompkins [of U. S.] ; 
melody with piano ace. (Song with- 
out words, no. 8) [945 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 528852; 
George I. Tompkins, Westport, Conn. 

Fee (La) des bois ; ouverture, de H. 

Mouton [of France] ; orch. avec piano 

conducteur. 4to. [946 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 

E 526913 ; Deiss et Crepin, Paris. 

Festival (The) oe the King. See 
Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) 

Feu (Le) ET LE sang; cinedrame, par 
Brucell et G. Walton [of France] ; 
orch., parties separees, avec piano con- 
ducteur. 4to. [947 
© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526638; E. Gaudet, Paris. 

Fiera (La) de Mast' Andrea; parole 
e assettamento di musica da G. Sibella 
[of Italy, domiciled at New York], 
musica anon. [948 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525899; 
Gabriele Sibella, New York. 

Fin (La) d'un revE; romance dra- 
matique, par V. Dyck [of France] ; 
pour violon solo avec ace. de piano, 
violoncelle et contrebasse ad lib. 4to. 

[949 
© Dec. 1, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526644 ; Alphonse Leduc et cie., 
Paris. 

Finding a wife for Uncle JoE; words 
by Mrs. W. L. Schnur, music by Mar- 
vin Westman [of U. S.] [950 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529054; Mrs. 
W. L. Schnur, Oklahoma City, Okl. 

Fire! fire! descriptive fantasia, by E. 
Reed [of Great Britain] ; piano. Law- 
rence, Mass., Bay State music co. 

[951 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530390; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Fire side blues; words and music by 
Harold Dixon [of U. S.] [952 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 528902; Dixon- 
Lane music pub. co., St. Louis. 



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971 



Firefly; words by R. Compton, music 
by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Legters music co. [953 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530251; Rose Compton, Ogden, 
Utah. 

First piece of the star performer ; by 
Gurlitt-Rolfe [of U. S.] ; piano. (After 
school recreations) [954 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 528733; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

First violin lessons for children ; by 
Louis J. Bostelmann [of U. S.] ; with 
piano or violin ace. (Gotham edition, 
no. 31) ' [955 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 530097 ; Schroeder & Gunther, New 
York. 

Fisherman (The) ; words by C. Bur- 
ban, music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.l Chicago, Legters music co. 

[956 

© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 

E 529127 ; C. Buhrman, Cherrydale, Va. 

Fishin' ; words by B. Hoagland, music 

by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.l 

Chicago, Legters music co. [957 

© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 

E 529105 ; Betty Hoagland, Pittsburgh. 

Fizz ; by G. I. Tompkins [of U. S.] ; 
melody with piano ace. (Song with- 
out words, no. 3) [958 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 528847; 
George I. Tompkins, Westport, Conn. 

Feammes (Flames) ; poesie de G. Jean- 
Aubry, English version by Rosa New- 
march [of England], musique de Al- 
bert Roussel, op. 10 ; voix elevees. 

[959 
© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526721; Rouart, Lerolle & cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on edi- 
tion with English version] 

Flower garden ; words by B. J. Juen- 
germann, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [960 

© Jan. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922 ; 
E 528707; Benj. J. Juengermann, St. 
Louis. 

Flowers for my girl; words by J. A. 
Gonzales, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [961 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528768 ; J. A. Gonzales, San Antonio. 



Flown; fox-trot, by Nat Sing [Of 

France] ; orch. avec piano-conducteur. 

4to. [962 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 526653; Evette & Schaeffer, Paris. 

Foch ; one step, tire de la marche Foch, 
par Edgar d'Hostel [of France] ; piano. 

[963 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 526722; Morelli et Leonardi, Paris. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Follow me; words by George H. Whit- 
tle, music by P. P. Bilhorn [of U. S.] 

[964 
© Jan. 20,, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 528896; Peter Philip Bilhorn, 
Chicago. 

Fond memories; lyric by F. B. Hunter, 
music by Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ellis [of 
U. S.] [965 

© Dec. 17, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 525952 ; Southern music publishers, 
Tampa, Fla. 

Forever and Ever, shine; words by 
O. G. Donner, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [966 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528572; 
Otto G. Donner, Passaic, N. J. 

Forget me as a dish; words by J. H. 
Bunyan, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [967 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525972; James H. Bunvan, New 
York. 

ForgetfulnEss ; words by Paul Tana- 
quil, music by Clarence Bawden [of 
U. S.] (Two songs, no. 1) [968 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1922; 
E> 525966; Edward Schuberth & co., 
New York. 

Forgive and forget; vocal fox-trot, 
words and music by Lyn Murray [of 
England] [969 

© Dec. 2, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526780; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Fortunate circumstance; by Arnoldo 
Sartorio [of Germany] ; piano. [970 
© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 530332; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Fox trot no. 2; melody, by G. Sper- 
razza [of U. S.] [971 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530182; 
Gaetano Sperrazza, Buffalo. 



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Fox trot no. 5 ; melody by G. Sperrazza 
[of U. S.] [972 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922 ; E 530541 ; 
Gaetano Sperrazza, Buffalo. 

no. 6 ; melody by G. Sperrazza [of 

U. S.] [973 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530542; 
Gaetano Sperrazza, Buffalo. 

no. 7 ; melodv by G. Sperrazza [of 

U. S.] [974 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530543; 
Gaetano Sperrazza, Buffalo. 

Fra diavolo. See Auber (Daniel Fran- 
cois Esprit) 

Free born — but; words by M. Paciak, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[975 
© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528773; Mary Paciak, Sault Ste. 
Marie, Ont, Canada. 

Freedom ; words by Tennyson, music by 
W. A. Hinds [of England] London, 
Maxwell & sons. [976 

© Dec. 15, 1921 ; 1 c. Nov. 29, 1921 ; 
E 526773; Walter Allsebrooke Hinds, 
London. 

Frog bottom blues ; fox trot, words by 

W. Hale, music by Norrie Bernard [of 

U. S.] New York, Lenox co. [977 

© Dec. 27, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 14. 1922; 

E 528633 ; Wm. Hale, Columbus, O. 

From the distant past (Loin tain 
passe) ; nocturne, by Jacques Weiss- 
heyer [of France] op. 87 ; piano. 

[978 

© Jan. 23, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 528980; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

FuguETTE; par F. de la Tombelle [of 

France] ; piano. (Des apres-midi sous 

les arbres, no. 12) [979 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 526766; Costallat et cie., Paris. 

Fynsk foraar (Lyrisk humoresque) ; 
tekst af Aage Berntsen, musik af Carl 
Nielsen [of Denmark] op. 42 ; soli, 
kor, klaverudtog. (Wilhelm Hansen 
edition, no. 2141) [980 

© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526862; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Gaiety. See Mood phases. 

Gallant (The) knight; by George F. 
Hamer [of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, 
Mass., Bay State music co. (In olden 
times, no. 2) [981 



© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530380 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 

Mass. 

Ganne (Louis) Nocturne; de l'operette 
Cocorico, de L. Ganne [of France] ; 
orch. avec piano ace. et conductenr. 
4to. [982 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526898 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Garden (The) oe beautiful thoughts ; 

words and melody by J. Eckert [of 

U. S.] [983 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; E 528639; 

Johnny Eckert, Philadelphia. 

Gaucho (El) gentleman; maxixe, 
par I. Sadun [of Italy] ; orch., parties 
separees, avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

[984 
© Dec. 12. 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922 ; 
E 526639 ; E. Gaudet, Paris. 

GEE willi kens ; words and melody by 
Al. Wilson, Jim Brennan and Mack 
Henshaw [of U. S.] [985 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530492; 
Edward B. Marks music co., New 
York. 

Genevieve; valse, by J. Venerandi [of 

England, domiciled at Evans ville, Ind.J 

1st violin. [986 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; E 528654; 

John Venerandi, Evansville, Ind. 

Georgia ; words by Howard Johnson, 

melody by Walter Donaldson [of 

U. S.] [987 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; E 528658; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Georgian (A) song (Chant Georgien) ; 
from Songs of my youth,, poem by A. 
Poushkin, English tr. by Mary Ellis 
Opdycke, French tr. and music by 
Lazare Saminsky [of Russia, domi- 
ciled at New York] op. 2, no. 1. 

[988 
© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528739 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
music newly revised and French and 
English translations] 

Gigout (Eugene) Cent pieces breves 
nouvelles ; dans tous les tons les plus 
usites et dans les modes ecclesiastiquto, 
par E. Gigout [of France] ; orgue, 
pedale ad lib., ou harmonium. (Chester 
series, no. 84-86) v. 1-3. [989-991 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. each Jan. 12, 
1922; E 526768-526770; J. & W. 
Chester, ltd., London. 



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1010 



Gipsy (The) camp; by Arnoldo Sar- 
torio [of Germany] op. 1258 ; pf. 
1. Solo.— 2. Four hands. [992, 993 

© Dec. 24, 1921 ; 2 c. each Dec. 29, 
1921 ; E 530106, 530107; Theo. Presser 
co., Philadelphia. 

Girl OF my dreams; words by Sidney 
C. Koff, melody bv Frank Grasso [of 
U. S.l, arr. by Chas. M. Smith [of 
U. S.] [994 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530171; 
A. Lincoln Krohn, New York. 

Girl (The) with the shimmy eyes; 

words by D. La Bounty, music bv 

Marvin Westman [of U. S.] [995 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529035; 

Dale La Bounty, Peru, Ind. 

Give a bonus to our men ; words and 
music by R. Collier and B. Siegel [of 
U. S.] [996 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; E 528798; 
Russell Collier and Benjamin Siegel. 
Chicago. 

Give back my mammy to me; words 

by P. Kelly, music by Herman A. 

Hummel [of U. S.] [997 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; E 530093; 

Pearl Kelly, Cleveland. 

Give me my old home town f words and 
music by I. B. Patten [of U. S.] New 
York, Frank Harding's music house. 



© Dec. 1, 1921: 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 530030 ; Ina B. Patten, Portland, Me. 

Glad eyes ; words bv W. H. Adams, 
music by Harry Tillman [of U. S.] 
New York, Authors & composers serv- 
ice co. [999 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 528445; W. H. Adams, Calgary, 
Canada. 

Glad (The) song; words and music bv 

Clio Wyrick [of U. S.l [1000 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; E 528323; B. B. 

Bateman, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Gliding ; valsette, bj- Carl Wilhelm Kern 
[of U. S.] op. 451, no. 4; piano. Law- 
rence, Mass., Bay State music co. 
(Summer idyls, six characteristic 
pieces, no. 4) [1001 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 530405 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

2528—22 3 



Glorious (The) Indian summer time; 

words by R. A. Chalfont, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1002 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528578; 

Ralph A. Chalfont, Athens, O. 

Go To SLEEP, my baby ; words by A. 
Schamberg, Bennie Cantor and Ralph 
Schamberg, music bv A. Schamberg 
[of U. S.] [1003 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525922; 
Arthur Schamberg, Pittsburgh. 

God made a wonderful mother and 
He gave that dear mother to me; 
words by P. J. O'Reilly and Jessie 
Sidman, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [1004 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525982; P. J. O'Reilly, Battle Creek. 

God touched the rose; words by Iona 
Le Brun, music by Mary Helen Brown 
[of U. S.] ; high voice, with violin 
obbl. [1005 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1922; 
E 525879; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
inc., New York. 

Goddess of the Nile; by S. Pantelis 

[of Greece, domiciled at Dallas, Tex.] ; 

piano. [1006 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1922; E 530629; 

Sam Pantelis, Dallas. 

Godmother (The) and the fairies. 
Sec Cinderella. 

God's gift; words by P. Probst, music 
by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Legters music co. [1007 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529074; Priscilla Probst, Coopers- 
town, N. Y. 

God's instrument; words by R. Ross- 
heim, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[1008 
© Tan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529082; Rose Rossheim, Tanners- 
ville, N. Y. 

God's Word endureth Ever; words by 

Anna B. Russell, music by A. Holz- 

worth [of U. S.] [1009 

© July 8, 1920; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 530208; Alfred Holzworth, Chicago. 

Going abroad tor brides; fox-trot, 

words by C. P. Ebersole, music bv 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1010 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530578; 

C. P. Ebersole, Carlisle, Pa. 



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Gold (The) fish ; words and music by 
Irma Hopper [of U. S.] [1011 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 529001; 
Harms, inc., New York. 

Golden (The) moth ; selection from 
the musical play, by Ivor Novello [of 
England], arr. by Herman Finck [of 
England] ; piano. [1012 

© Nov. 18, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526783 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

waltz, from the musical play, by 

Ivor Novello [of England], arr. by 
Henri Jaxon [of England] ; piano. 

[1013 
© Nov. 12, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526786; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Golden West Rose; words by F. Fix, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[1014 

© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 

E 529081; Felix Fix, Chadron, Neb. 

Gone, but not forgotten ; words by 
B. Schumm, music by John W. New- 
ton [of U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y., Mel- 
ody pub. corp. (Classic series) [1015 
© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528815 ; Bertha Schumm, Lafayette, 
Ind. 

Good-bye, Johnie dear; words by F. W. 
Klouda, melody by Max Norworth 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

[1016 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530551; 
Frank W. Klouda, Fort Casey, Wash. 

Good-bye, old pal; words by S. R. Wil- 
liams, music by Blanche W. Furey [of 
U. S.] , arr. by Geo. Dulton [of U. S.] 

[1017 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528628; 

Sheridan R. Williams, San Francisco. 

Good night; zur nacht, tr. from the 
German of Karl Theodor Korner, by 
Earl Evelyn Sperry, music by W. Ber- 
wald [of U. S.] ; four male voices. 
4to. (Theo. Presser co. part songs 
for men's voices) [1018 

© Tan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 528731; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Good-night, my darling; words and 

music by L. E. Lehmann [of U. S.] 

[Photostat] . [1019 

© 1 c' Jan. 20, 1922; E 530439; 

Leonard E. Lehmann, Philadelphia. 



Gounod (Charles Francois) Holy 
Lord, God almighty. See Divine 
praises. 

Grace. See Mood phases. 

Graceful blondinettE; intermezzo, by 
Gaston Borch [of U. S.], rev. by Mor- 
ris Aborn [of U. S.] ; orch. with piano 
conductor. (Belwin con. ed. no. 64) 

[1020 
© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 528482; Belwin, inc., New York. 

GraciEuse bEaute ; poesie et musique de 
Germain Letel [of France] [1021 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526753 ; Letellier, Paris. 

G r a c i o s o ; schottisch espagnole, par 
Pierre Gasc [of France] ; piano. 

[1022 
© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526749 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Grandest (The) gift; words by E. L. 
Johnson, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[1023 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530280; Edna L. Johnson, Ashley, 
111. 

Grandma was mamy and daddy to 
me; words by William B. Bennett, 
music bv Norman Hanley [of U. S.] 

[1024 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1922; E 528680; 
William Bennett Bendon, New York. 

Grave ET Spiritoso; de F. Ronchini [of 
France] ; 2 violoncelles. [1025 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526712; M. Rossignol, Paris. 

Great (The) day of the Lord is near ; 
short anthem for Lent, words from the 
Bible and two verses of hymn, music 
by J. Stuart Archer [of Great Brit- 
ain] ;. mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. 

[1026 
© Jan. 12, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526865 ; W. Paxton & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Great is the Lord; chorus-anthem, 
words from Psalm 145, music by R. 
Huntington Woodman [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices, organ ace. (G. S. 8vo. 
choruses, no. 6955) [1027 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530054; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 



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Greenwich (The) Village follies oe 
1920; selection, by A. Baldwin Sloane, 
arr. by Lester Brockton [of U. S.] ; 
full band. 4to. [1028 

© Mar. 19, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 528621 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

full orch. [ 1029 

© Feb. 3, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 528618; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Greetings from Wisconsin ; valse, by 
I. Eriksson [of Sweden, domiciled at 
Port Wing, Wis.] ; violin and piano. 

[1030 
© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530074 ; Ingemar Eriksson, Port 
Wing, Wis. 

Grey rain ; words and music by Hub- 
bard Hutchinson [of U. S.] ; high 
voice. (Three mood-poems) [1031 
© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530059; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) The festival 
of the King; from Sigurd Jorsalfar, 
by Grieg, op. 56, arr. by Gottfried H. 
Federlein [of U. S.] ; organ. (For 
the organ, second series) [1032 

© Dec. 23, 1921: 2 c. Jan. 5. 1922; 
E 525936; Oliver Ditson co.. Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Morning ; two-part choral, from 

Peer Gynt suite, words by E. M. Car- 
roll, music by Grieg, op. 46, no. 1, arr. 
by Christopher O'Hare [of U. S.] ; 
two treble voices. 4to. (Franklin edi- 
tion, no. 249) . [1033 
© Mar. 9, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1921 ; 
E 530027; John Franklin music co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
words and arrangement] 

Griefe (La) (L'artiglio) ; drame lyrique 
en deux actes, livret de Jean Sartene, 
adaptation italienne de F. Volpatti, 
m u s i q u e de Felix Fourdrain [of 
France] Paroles franchises et itali- 
ennes. [1034 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
D 26244; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Griffis (Elliot) Waltz; by E. Griffis 
[of U. S.] op. 15, no. 7; piano. (C. 
M. C. educational library, series 1, 
no. 19: Ten little stories, no. 7) 

[1035 



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© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 530238 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

Grondahl (O. A.) Hymne; ord av 
Christian Larssen, musik av O. A. 
Grondahl [of Norway] ; mandsstem- 
mer. 4to. (Norsk musikforlags 
udgave, no. 368) [1036 

© Nov. 15, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526829; Norsk musikforlag, Chris- 
tiania. 

Handel (Georg Friedrich) Holy art 
Thou; anthem, music of Handel's 
Largo from Xerxes, arr. by Ross Hil- 
ton [of U. S.] ; three women's voices, 
organ or piano ace. 4to. (Sacred 
music for women's voices, three-part) 

[1037 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1921; 

E 530099; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Hail America; words and melody by 

A. Aspin [of U. S.], arr. by Dave 

Peyton [of U. S.] [1038 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528598; 

Alfred Aspin, Chicago. 

Half (A) remembered dream; words 
by Edward H. Wever, melody by F 
W. Guilbert [of U. $.] [1039 

© 1 c. Jan. 4. 1922; E 525885; 
Francis Warburton Guilbert, New 
York. 

Happiness; words by Gladys W. and 

M. M. Kellman, music by M. M. Kell- 

man [of U. S.l [1040 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1922; E 530584; 

M. Martin Kellman, Washington. 

Hard time blues.; comic blues fox trot, 
words by Dewey D. Prator, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1041 
© Dec. 15, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 528589 ; Handv bros. music co., inc., 
New York. 

Harding ; words by M. Washington, mu- 
sic by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Legters music co. [1042 

© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529122; Martha Washington, Phil- 
adelphia. 

Hark, the song of jubilee ; words by 
James Montgomery, music by W. M. 
Runyan [of U. S.] ; male voices. [1043 
© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530528 ; William M. Runyan, Wich- 
ita, Kan. 

Harpe (La) du bard& See Premiers 
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17 



Has anybody found a little baby? 

words and music by Bert E. Stanley 

and A. G. Barker [of U. S.] [1044 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528575; 

Geo. Morris, Detroit. 

Haudebert (LuciEn) Adagio; extrait 
de la l re sonate pour piano de L. Haude- 
bert [of France] ; violon et piano. 

[1045 
© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526727; E. Demets, Paris. 

Quatre chants spirituels ; texte de 

Mary Haudebert, musique de Lucien 
Haudebert [of France] ; voix moyen- 
nes, avec ace. d'orgue ou piano. Con- 
tents : 1. Priere. — 2. Offrande. — 3. 
Tentation — 4. Solitude. [1046 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526669; E. Demets, Paris. 

Havana ; back to that wonderful isle, 
words by T. C. Lee, music by J. F. 
Thompson [of U. S.] Louisville, Ky., 
Forrest Thompson ragtime school. 

[1047 
© Dec. 29, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528885; T. Cliff Lee & J. Forrest 
Thompson, Louisville. 

Havstemning (Sea mood); av H. 
Sandly [of Denmark] ; orkester par- 
titur. [1048 

© Dec. 20, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 526856; Herman Sandly, Copen- 
hagen. 

Hawaii's calling you ; words and music 
by Ralph E. Saunders and H. G. Cob- 
ley [of Canada] Vancouver, B. C, 
Weaver music co., ltd. [1049 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1922; 
E 530353; Harold G. Cobley, Van- 
couver, Canada. 

Hawaiian whispers ; words by Prince 

Moki, melody by Malie Kalani [of 

U. S.] [1050 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528594; 

McKinley music co., Chicago. 

He bore the load ; words and music by 

H. L. Brown [of U. S.] [1051 

© Jan. 21, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 

E 530505 ; Harry Leslie Brown, La- 

conia, N. H. 

He heard me; words and music by 
W. M. Runyan [of U. S.] ; male voices. 

[1052 
© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530527; William M. Runyan, 
Wichita, Kan. 



He just put himself in my place; 
words anOn., arr. by J. M. G., music 
by H. A. Hammontree [of U. S.] 

[1053 
© Jan. 13, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 530218; Homer A. Hammontree, 
Chicago. 

He lifted me; words and music bv 

W. O. Jones [of U. S.] [1054 

© Nov. 26, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1922; 

E 525884; William Owen Jones, 

Atlanta. 

He's a bum-bum-bum-ble bee; words 
and music by D. D. Wyman [of U. S.] 

[1055 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1922; E 528697; 
Dorothy Deene Wyman, Wenatchee, 
Wash. 

He's a darn good man to have hang- 
ing around; [composer anon.], arr. 
by Wm. G. Still [of U. S.] ; melody 
with piano ace. [1056 

© 1 c. Dec. 23, 1921; E 528540; 
Pace phonograph corp., New York. 

Heart-breaking doll ; fox trot ballad, 

words and melodv by O. C. Heinrich 

[of U. S.] [1057 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 528626; 

Otto Carl Heinrich, New York. 

Heart-strings ; words and music bv 

H. L. Brown [of U. S.] [1058 

© Jan. 21, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 

E 530504; Harry Leslie Brown, La- 

conia, N. H. 

Heart tones; reverie, by J. M. Cham- 
berlain [of U. S.] ; piano. [1059 
© Apr. 5, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1921 ; 
E 528719; John M. Chamberlain, Salt 
Lake City. 

Heavenly r.ovE; duet, music by A. W. 
Lansing [of U. S.] ; sop. and ten. 
(Sacred songs and duets) [1060 

Boston. 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1922; 
E 530346; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 

Help! help! come quick, come quick; 

words bv G. F. Mitchell, music bv 

Marvin Westman [of U. S.] [1061 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529047; 

Georgia Ferguson Mitchell, Argo, Ky. 

Help win the world ; words by Calia 
Altstaetter, music bv W. M. Runvan 
[of U. S.] ; male voices. [1062 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530522; William M. Runyan, 
Wichita, Kan. 



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High brown blues ; words by Jack Yel- 
len, melody by Milton Ager [of U. S.], 
arr. by Harry Ferguson [of U. S.] 

[1063 
© 1 c Jan. 7, 1922; E 528447; 
Harry Von Tilzer music pub. co., New 
York. 

Highwayman love; a romantic light 
opera in two acts, book by F. R. Bell, 
lyrics by Harold Ellis, music by W. H. 
Bullock [of Great Britain] Complete 
acting edition. 4to. (Curwen edition, 
no. 3636) [1064 

© Nov. 25, 1921 ; 1 c. Dec. 9, 1921 ; 
D 26230; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 

, London. 

Hills (The) oe God; words and music 
by W. M. Runyan [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. [1065 

© Jan. 1, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530534; William M. Runyan, 
Wichita, Kan. 

Hindoo dance; by A. Sartorio [of Ger- 
many] ; piano, four hands. (Dances 
from many lands) [1066 

© Dec. 24, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1921 ; 
E 530111; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Hindoo jugglers. See New York pic- 
tures. 

His mammy's lullaby ; words by D. 
M. Bradford, melody by Max Nor- 
worth [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] [1067 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530189; 
Doris M. Bradford, Wheeler, Mich. 

Histoire d'autrefois ; gavotte inter- 
mezzo, dans un style ancien, par Mau- 
rice Viot [of France] ; orch. 4to. 

[1068 
© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526660; Evette et Scrraeffer, Paris. 

Hol' tight baby ; words by O. Y. 
Traver, music by Leo Friedman r of 
U. S.l [1069 

© Nov. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922 ; 
E 530487; Olive Young Traver, Chi- 
cago. 

Hollyhock lane; words and music by 
Kathryn Bernard and E. Leo Cooke 
[of U. S.] [1070 

© Dec. 17, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 525948 ; Oriole music pub. co., Port- 
land, Or. 

Holy art Thou. See Handel (Georg 
Friedrich) 



Holy Lord God almighty. See Divine 
praises. — Gounod (Charles Francois) 

Homage to CoupErin ; little gavotte, by 

Rene L. Becker [of U. S.] op. 71; 

piano. [1071 

© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922 ; 

E 528979; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Home (The) flag; words by C M. 
Aldrich, music by John W. Newton 
[of U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y., Melody 
pub. corp. (Popular series) [1072 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528827; C. M. Aldrich, Nebraska 
City, Neb. 

Home sweet home blues; words and 

melody by H. C. Washington and J. 

Irvin Hughes [of U. S.] [1073 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 528490; 

Howard C. Washington, Columbus, O. 

Home thoughts; reverie, by Carl Moter 
[of U. S.] ; piano. , [1074 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 528732; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

HomEnajE; piece de guitare ecrite pour 
Le tombeau de Claude Debussy, par 
Manuel de Falla [of Spain"! ; piano. 
London, J. & W. Chester, ltd. [1075 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 526772; J. & W. Chester, ltd., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Honey ; words and music by A. Scham- 
berg [of U. S.] [1076 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525927; 
Arthur Schamberg, Pittsburgh. 

HonEy-bunch ; from Ziegfeld new mid- 
night frolic, words and music by Gene 
Buck and Dave Stamper [of U. S.] 

[1077 
© Tan. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 530513; Harms, inc., New York. 

Honey-honey-honey I'll be back in 
honeysuckle TIME; words and music 
by H. M. Archibald [of U. S.] [1078 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 530120; Hazel M. Archibald, New 
York. 

Honey mine; words and music by T. E. 

Chappelle [of U. S.], arr. by William 

Vodery [of U. S.] [1079 

© 1 c. July 21, 1921; E 528485; 

Thomas E. Chappelle, New York. 



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Hour (The) of mother's dreams ; 
words by Mrs. C. A. Eutchler, music 
by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [1080 
© Jan. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922 ; 
E 529015 ; Mrs. C. A. Eutchler, Seattle. 

Hour (The) that made you mine; 
words by F. J. Lightfoot, music bv 
Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [1081 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525984; Florrie Jean Lightfoot, 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Houseboat (A) party; barcarolle, by 
Carl Wilheltn Kern [of U. $.] op. 
451, no. 6; piano. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay State music co. (Summer idyls, 
six characteristic pieces, no. 6) [1082 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530403 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

How I long for you ; words by V. 
Shaker, music by Myra V. Shaker [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [1083 

© Jan. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529155 ; Victor Shaker, No. Adams, 
Mass. 

How I miss my mammy; words by E. 

White, music by Marvin Westman [of 

U. S.] [1084 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529052; 

Edward White, Windsor, Conn. 

How I NEED you ; words and music by 
A. Schamberg [of U. S.] [1085 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922 ; E 525921 ; 
Arthur Schamberg, Pittsburgh. 

Hungarian czardas ; by A. Sartorio 
[of Germany] ; piano, four hands. 
(Dances from many lands) [1086 

© Dec. 24, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1921 ; 
E 530112; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Hunting-song ; by . H a z e 1 Gertrude 
Kinscella [of U. S.] ; piano. (Ten 
tiny tunes) [1087 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528880; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Hush • words by D. E. Widlund, melody 

by Harold F. Boynton [of U. S.], arr. 

by Joseph Sobman [of U. S.] [1088 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; E 528792; 

Donald Eric Widlund, Atlantic, Mass. 



HVOR SODT AT FAVNES AF AFTNENS FRED ; 

ord av J. S. Welhaven, musik av Per 
Winge [of Norway] ; mandsstemmer. 
4to. (Norsk musikforlags udgave, 
no. 340) [1089 

© Oct. 20, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526835 ; Norsk musikforlag, Chris- 
tiania. 

Hwidelek. See Collection (A) of 
Syrian song melodies. 

Hymne au soldat inconnu; poesie de 

Raymond Philippon, musique de Hed- 

wige Chretien [of France] [1090 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 526674; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

I ain't seen your face on no movie 
SCREEN ; words by C. Saffold, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[1091 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528581; 
Clara Saffold, Los Angeles. 

I am a Gypsy ; words by Chauncey Fine, 
melody by Frank Grasso [of U. S.], 
arr. by Chas. M. Smith [of U. S.] 

[1092 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530170; 
A. Lincoln Krohn, New York. 

I am going home to mother ; words 
and music by R. Larsh [of U. S.] 

[1093 
© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 525957 ; Ralph Larsh, Chicago. 

I AM LONELY HERE WITHOUT YOU; Words 

by V. Hartnett, music by A. Leopold 
Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters 
music co. [1094 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529080; Virginia Hartnett, Issaquah 
Mine, Wash. 

I AM SO DRY AND I'VE GOT THE BLUES ; 

words by L. R. Fehr, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1095 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530576; 
Lewis R. Fehr, Lancaster, Pa. 

I am sorry what I said ; words by 

W. H. Johnson, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1096 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530302; 

William H. Johnson, Louisville. 

I am THE bread OF LIFE; anthem, words 
from St. John 6:35, music by J. .S. 
Matthews [of U. S.] ; mixed voices, 
organ ace. (Composers' publication 
society octavo church music, no. 6) 

[1097 



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© Dec. 29, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1921 ; 
E 525990; John Sebastian Matthews, 
Providence, R. I. 

I am thinking of you ; words and mu- 
sic by C. S. Dallas [of U. S.], arr. bv 
V. J. Nery [of U. S.] [1098 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E .528898; 
Catherine S. Dallas, Chicago. 

I CAN'T SIT DOWN TILL I PICK OUT THE 

salt ; words by R. F. Shank, music 
bv Norrie Bernard [of U. S.] New 
York, Lenox co. , [1099 

© Dec. 21, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 528635; Ralph Franklin Shank, 
Lancaster, Pa. 

I could be a Du-Barry Too — IE? words 
and music bv H. M. Archibald [of 
U. S.l [1100 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 530115; Hazel M. Archibald, New 
York. 

I'd idolize your idol eyes; words by 
N. L. Simons, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [1101 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 529017; Neil L. Simons, Portland, 
Or. 

I'd like to build a bridge across to- 
morrow ; words and music by I. Hop- 
per [of U. S.] [1102 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 528991; 
Harms, inc., New York. 

I don't have a thing to do; words by 
Carl V. Herron, music bv H. L. 
MaLette [of U. S.l [1103 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 528439; 
Harry Lathaniel MaLette, Springfield, 
Mass. 

I don't know what they call it; 
lyric by Alfred Lunt, melody by F. W. 
Guilbert [of U. S.] [1104 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1922; E 525886; 
Francis Warburton Guilbert, New 
York. 

I dream of Scotland; words by W. 
Schneider, music by A. Leopold Rich- 
ard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters mu- 
sic co. [1105 
a Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530254 ; Wra. Schneider, Bellaire, O. 

I FOUND WHAT I'd BEEN LOOKING FOR; 

words and music by K. Martin [of 
U. S.] [1106 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530305; 
Kyle Martin, Meadville, W. Va. 



I got the Early in the morning blues ; 

words and melody by C. Pender and 

Ray Kelages [of U. S.] [1107 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530563; 

Chris Pender, New York. 

I know I'm beautiful; isn't he like the 
king side-faced, words and music by 
Herbert Rule and Fred Holt [of Great 
Britain] [1108 

© Jan. 19, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1922 ; 
E 526847; Lawrence Wright music 
co., London. 

I live by loving you; words by Mrs. 
B. D. Kennedy, music by A. Leopold 
Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters 
music co. [1109 

© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529101 ; Mrs. B. D. Kennedy, Kenne- 
dale, Tex. 

I'll always be my mammy's darling 

boy; words and music by J. Feeney 

[of U. S.] [1110 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1922; E 530634; 

Johnny Feeney, So. Boston. 

I'll be a loving mama; words by J. P. 
Laine, music by John W. Newton [of 
U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y., Melody pub. 
corp. (Love series) [1111 

© Jan. 6, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922 ; 
E 528825 ; John P. Laine, Chicago. 

I'll be your sweetie while your baby's 
away ; words by T. Thompson, music 
by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Legters music co. [1112 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529104; Ted Thompson, Walnut, la. 

I'll divide my loving with you ; words 
and melody by T. E. Chappelle [of 
L T . S.], arr. by William Vodery [of 
U. S.l [1113 

© 1 c. Dec. 23, 1921; E 528486; 
Thomas E. Chappelle, New York. 

I'll give you back your kisses, if 
you'll give me back my heart ; 
words by Harry Pease and Irving Bibo, 
melody by Ed. G. Nelson and Ira 

• Schuster [of U. S.], arr. bv E. G. 
Nelson. [1114 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; E 528660; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

I'll love you day after day ; fox trot 
ballad, by Cal De Voll [of U. S.] ; 
orch. 4to. [1115 

© Jan. 19, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1922; 
E 530329; Chas. E. Roat music co., 
Battle Creek. 



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— words and music by Cal De 

Voll [of U. S.], arr. by F. Henri 
Klickmann. [1116 

© Jan. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1922 ; 
E 528643 ; Chas. E. Roat music co., 
ltd., Battle Creek. 

Fee never leave my Dixie home, sweet 
home; words by Cal De Voll, melody 
by F. Henri Klickmann [of U. S.] 

[1117 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528593; 
McKinley music co., Chicago. 

Fel sing thee songs of Araby ; part- 
song, words by W. G. Wells, music by 
Frederick Clay, arr. by Victor Harris 
[of U. S.] ; three women's voices. 4to. 
(Three-part songs for women's voices)' 

[1118 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1922 ; 

E 530101 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Fee take you back to your dear old 
home in Dixie; words by E. R. Heck, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[1119 
© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529099; Elsie R. Heck, Watertown, 
Wis. 

Fee tele the world she's grand; 
words by Mortimer King, melody by 
M. White [of U. S.], arr. by Geo. A. 
Cragg [of U. S.] [1120 

© 1 c. Dec. 17, 1921; E 528723; 
Murray White, New York. 

I'll think of thee; words and music 
by D. Colvin [of U. S.] [Blue print] 

[1121 

© Jan. 2, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 

E 528868 ; David Colvin, Wichita, Kan. 

I'll try and take her mother's peace; 
words by C. J. Schwartz, music by 
George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [1122 
© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 529025; C. J. Schwartz, Burling- 
ton, la. 

I love it; words by N. Taylor, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [1123 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528568; 
N. Taylor, Montreal, Canada. 

I LOVE SOMEBODY — THEY DON'T BELONG 

TO ME; words and melody by J. C. A. 
Johnson [of U. S.], arr. by Robert 
Ricketts [of U. S.l [1124 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530163; 
J. C. Andrew Johnson, New York. 



I love you ; words and melody by Sid- 
ney C. Koff [of U. S.L arr. by Chas. 
M. Smith [of U. S.] [1125 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530167; 
A. Lincoln Krohn, New York. 

words by Carleton Everett Knox, 

music by E. L. Neumann [of U. S.] 

[Blue print] [1126 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922: E 525911; 

Edith Louise Neumann, Wymore, Neb. 

I love you for ever; fox-trot, by Louis 
Roche [of France] ; small orch. with 
piano. 4to. [1127 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526892; Riviera-edition, Nice, 
France. 

I loved, but I lost; words by M. Broad- 
dus, music by John W. Newton [of 
U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y., Melody pub. 
corp. (Love series) [1128 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528829; Marie Broaddus, Padu- 
cah, Ky. 

I loved you dearly; words by Mrs. E. 
Shannon, music by A. Leopold Rich- 
ard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters 
music co. [1129 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530260 ; Mrs. E. Shannon, Madison- 
ville, Tex. 

I'm a baby vampire; words and melody 

by Bennie Cantor [of U. S.], arr. by 

A. Schamberg [of U. S.] [1130 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525923; 

Arthur Schamberg, Pittsburgh. 

I'm a nut; words by Lydia Smathers 
Holtzclaw, music bv E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.l " [1131 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530293; 
Mrs. J. G. Holtzclaw, Pensacola, Fla. 

I'm a pilgrim ; words by Mary Dana 
Shindler, music by W. M. Runyan [of 
U. S.] ; male voices. [1132 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530524: William M. Runyan, Wich- 
ita, Kan. 

I'm crying for you; words and music 
by George B. Pitman [of U. S.] 

[1133 
© Dec. 10, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525918; A. J. Stasny music co., 
New York. 

I'm glad there is a Saviour; words by 
C. Sutton, music by A. Leopold Rich- 
ard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters mu- 
sic co. [1134 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530279 ; Carl Sutton, Cleveland, Ga. 



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I'm going to find my someone, some- 
where, sometime, somehow ; words 
by Mary Burns Bahr, music by C. W. 
Bahr [of U. S.l [1135 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530325; 
Charles W. Bahr, Quincy, Mass. 

I'm in love with a maid; words and 
music by Irma Hopper [of U. S.l 

[1136 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 528994; 
Harms, inc., New York. 

I'm in love with you; words and mel- 
ody by Bennie Cantor [of U. S.], arr. 
by A. Schamberg [of U. S.] [1137 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525931; 
Arthur Schamberg, Pittsburgh. 

I'm in wonderland Alice with you ; 

words and melody by B. Schwartz [of 

U. S.] [1138 

© 1 c. Jan. 20. 1922; E 530443; 

Ben Schwartz, New York. 

I'm just a lonely little ktd ; words 
and music by Jack Norworth and Al. 
Piantadosi [of U. S.l [1139 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1922; 
E 525889; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

I'm living a life of shadows, bring 

BACK THE SUNSHINE TO ME; Words 

and music by William Witol [of U. S.l 

[1140 
© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1922; 
E 530368; American music pub. co., 
New York. 

I'm lonesome come back; words by 
Mrs. L. Weimer, music by Geo. Graff, 
jr. [of U. S.l New York. World 
music pub. corp. [1141 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525971 ; Mrs. L. Weimer, St. Lcuis. 

I'm lonesome for you ; words and mu- 
sic by W. W. Lutz [of U. S.l [1142 
© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1922; E 525876; 
Walter Warren Lutz, Kingston, N. Y. 

I'm proud of it ; words by Ralph Scham- 
berg, music by A. Schamberg [of 
U. S.l [1143 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525928; 
Arthur Schamberg. Pittsburgh. 

I'm redeemed; words by Herbert G. 
Tovey, music by A. W. McKee [of 
U. S.l [1144 

© Jan. 13, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 530220; Arthur W. McKee, Brad- 
ford, Mass. 



I'm simply crazy over Molly, she's 

simply crazy over me; words and 

music by J. Feeney [of U. S.] [1145 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1922; E 530631; 

Johnny Feeney, Boston. 

I'm so unlucky; fox-trot bluzette, 
words by Sid Caine, music by Joe 
Samuels and Larry Briers [of U. S.l, 
arr. by J. Samuels ; piano with words. 
4to. [1146 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 528970; 
S. C. Caine, inc.. New York. 

I'm sorry I left you ; words by A. 
Ketroy, music by Robert Van Sickle 
[of U. S.l Buffalo, N. Y., Melody 
pub. corp. (Popular series) [1147 
© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528806; Anthonv Ketroy, Spring- 
field, 111. 

I'm wondering why; written and com- 
posed by Herbert Rule and Fred Holt 
[of England] [1148 

© Jan. 16, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 526800 ; Chas. Austin music pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

I'm yearning for the girl I used to 

love; words and music by D. A. Fripp 

[of U. S.l [1149 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528573; 

David A. Fripp, Jacksonville, Fla. 

I miss you and I can't Forget; words 

by F. M. Young, music bv E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1150 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528565; 

Frank M. Young, Macon, Ga. 

I miss you dear; words by R. A. Burs- 
ley, jr., music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.l [1151 

© Nov. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530483; R. A. Bursley, jr., Chicago. 

I miss you, dear old pal ; words by 
R. A. Johnson, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.l [1152 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528571; 
Richard A. Johnson, Baltimore. 

I NEED YOUR LOVE AND YOU J SOIIg by 

Jessie Mae Jewitt [of U. S.l ; low 
voice. [1153 

© Jan. 12, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 528657 ; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

I NEVER knew I loved you ; words by 
F. B. Jennings, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.l [1154 
© Nov. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922 ; 
E 530481 ; Frances Burnett Jennings, 
Chicago. 



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I OWE it all to you ; words by G. Derr, 
melody by J. F. Roberts [of U. S.] 

[1155 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528600; 
Grace Derr, Centralia, Kan. 

I REMEMBER THE DAY WHEN SHE BADE 

me good-bye; words by A. F. Handi- 
cott, music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 

[1156 
© Nov. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530479; A. F. Handicott, Chicago. 

I still REMEMBER Mary ; words by 

George D. Martin, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1157 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528560; 

George D. Martin, Lockland, O. 

I've got the blues for my Kentucky 
home; fox-trot, by Clarence Gaskill, 
arr. bv Lester Brockton [of U. S.] ; 
full band. 4to. [1158 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 528614; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

I've got the Red, White and Blues; 

words and music by Elsie Janis [of 

U. S.] [1159 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530328; 

Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

I'VE LOOKED THE WORLD OVER FOR YOU; 

words by D. B. Coghill, music by 
George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [1160 
© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528766; Daisy Bartlett Coghill, Ajo, 
Ariz. 

I've lost my dog ; words by Irene Frank- 
lin, melodv bv Burton Green [i. e. 
J. B. Green, of U. S.] [1161 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922 ; E 530084 ; James 
Burton Green, Mount Vernon, N. Y. 

FvE the BEST girl in town; fox trot, 

words by C. S. Miller, music by 

Charles Miller [of U. S.] [1162 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1922; E 528949; 

Charles Sholom Miller, Philadelphia. 

I WANT TO BE LOVED LIKE A BABY ; Words 

and music by William Witol [of U. S-1 

[1163 
© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1922; 
E 530367 ; American music pub. co., 
New York. 

I want TO dance ; words and melody by 
Paul Stewart [of U. S.l [1164 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 528971; 
Paul Atwood Stewart," New York. 



I want you back again ; words by W. 
Zubowski, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.l " [1165 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530296; 
W. Zubowski, Camp Bragg, N. C. 

I WILL ARISE AND GO TO MY FATHER; 

words by Anna B. Russell, music by 

A. Holzworth [of U. S.] ' [1166 

© Jan. 13, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 530221 ; Alfred Holzworth, Chicago. 

I will go To Jesus ; words and music 
b y> W. M. Runyan [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. [1167 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530535; William M. Runyan, 
Wichita, Kan. 

I WTSH I COULD LIVE MY " LIFE OVER ; 

words bv J. A. Waltz, music by George 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [1168 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528715; Jos. A. Waltz, Memphis, 
Tenn. 

I WISH I KNEW THAT YOU LOVED ME; 

words by F. Anderson, melody by 
R. E. Spencer [of U. S.], arr. bv 
Harry A. Powell [of U, S.] [1169 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530502; 
Robert Elliott Spencer and Frank 
Anderson, San Francisco. 

I WONDER IF YOUR LOVE WILL EVER DIE; 

words and music by H. J. Butler [of 

U. S.] [1170 

© Dec. 17, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 

E 525951; Herbert J. Butler, Adrian, 

Mich. 

I WONDER WHO IS KISSING MY DADDY 

now ; words by J. Kasika, music by 
George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [1171 
© Jan. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922 ; 
E 528713; Joseph Kasika, Marquette, 
Mich. 

Iceland ; words by Bennie Cantor and 

A. Schamberg, music by A. Scham- 

berg [of U. S.l [1172 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525925; 

Arthur Schamberg, Pittsburgh. 

Idaho, gem of the West; words by 
N. Cherry, melody by Max Norworth 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.l 

[1173 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530193; 
Nita Cherry, Ashton, Id. 



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1191 



Idylle pastorale; morceau caracteris- 
tique, de Paul Fauchey, arr. par F. 
Salabert [of France] ; orch. avec piano 
conducteur. 4to. (Celebre collection 
des succes, no. 322) [1174 

© Dec. 22. 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 526888; Francis Salabert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

If dad would oxly come home; words 

and melody by E. Rogan [of U. S.], 

arr. by Andy Luck [of U. S.] [1175 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1922; E 530595; 

Edward Rogan. Philadelphia. 

If I could find my mamma; words by 
P. Kelly, music by Herman A. Hum- 
mel [of U. S.] " [1176 
© 1 c. Jan. 9. 1922; E 530092; 
Pearl Kelly, Cleveland. 

If I WERE a butterfly ; words and mu- 
sic by J. B. Parkinson [of U. S.] 

[1177 
© 1 c. Jan. 23. 1922; E 530448; 
Jane Bradford Parkinson, Wichita. 

If I were a millionaire; words by 
Charles . G. Stevenson, music by A. 
Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Legters music co. [1178 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530243; Chas. G. Stevenson, Ridge- 
town, Ontario, Canada. 

If I WERE your rose ; words and melody 

bv T. E. Chappelle [of U. S.], arr. bv 

William Vodery [of U. S.] [1179 

© 1 c. Dec. 23, 1921; E 528487; 

Thomas E. Chappelle, New York. 

If we should meet again ; lyric by Hal 
Christy, music bv Ray Henderson [of 
U. S.] [1180 

© Jan. 18. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1922; 
E 530369; Irving Berlin, inc., New 
York. 

If winter comes ; words by Wm. Lee 

Dickson, music by Frederick W. Van- 

derpool [of U. S.] [1181 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530562; 

M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

If you love me tell me with your 
Eyes; words by J. M. Young, music 
by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Legters music co. [1182 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28. 1922; 
E 529126 ; Jessie M. Young, Amarillo, 
Tex. 

If you were a melody ; words by Wil- 
liam Dugan. music bv Ben Edwards 
[of U. S.] [1183 



© Jan. 19. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1922; 
E 530436 ; Harry Clay Roland, Wash- 
ington. 

If you were a spider and I were a 
fly ; words by A. Dodge, music by 
George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [1184 
© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 529020; Alice Dodge, Yorkton, 
Canada. 

Ilusion ; vals, ^oesia y musica por R. 
Marquez, jr. [of Porto Rico] San 
Juan, Puerto Rico, Jose Laza & ca. 

[1185 
© Jan. 11. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 528549; Rafael Marquez, jr., San 
Juan, P. R. 

Imprimis ; march, by S. E. Hummel [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [1186 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 530153; Sitos E. Hummel, Phila- 
delphia. 

In a field of purple clover ; words by 
Lee M. Walker, music by Larry 
Briers [of U. S.] ; with male quartette 
cho. [1187 

© Jan. 22, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922 ; 
E 528965 ; S. C. Caine, inc., New York. 

In after years ; words by D. K. Fish, 
• melody by John Zellman [of U. S.l 

[1188 
© 1 c. Jan. 26. 1922; E 529058; 
Dorothy K. Fish, New York. 

In all keys ; twenty-four melodious 
study pieces in the major and minor, 
by M. Greenwald [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[1189 
© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
16, 1921 ; A 630847 ; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

In castle halls; by George F. Hamer 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay State music co. (In olden times, 
no. 6) [1190 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530384 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

In different moods ; fantastic gavotte, 
by Carl Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] 
op. 451, no. 3; piano. Lawrence, 
Mass., Bay State music co. (Summer 
idyls, six characteristic pieces, no. 3) 

[1191 
© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 530404; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 



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In dreamland; words by T. S. Kelley, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[1192 
© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525986; Tryphena S. Kelley, Dal- 
ton, Ga. 

In dreamland's garden ; words by E. G. 
Wooster, music by A. Leopold Rich- 
ard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters mu- 
sic co. [1193 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530248; Edward G. Wooster, New 
York. 

In dreamy dells ; mazurka, by John 
Porter [of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, 
Mass., Bay State music co. (Boy- 
hood's dreams, six easy novelettes, 
no. 6) [1194 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530378 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

In dulci jubilo; Christmas song serv- 
ice, selected and adapted by P. E. 
Kretzmann [of U. S.] 8vo. [1195 
© Jan. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922 ; 
E 530635 ; Concordia pub. house, St. 
Louis. 

In lilac time; words by W. K. Peake, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 

[1196 
© Nov. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530484; Winifred Kenely Peake, 
Chicago. 

In memory land; words by S. A. Sand- 
blad, music by David Reed [of U. S.l 
New York, Bell music studios. [1197 
© Jan. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529158; Siri Aurura Sandblad, 
Philadelphia. 

In old California with you ; words 

by E. Clinton Keithley, melody by 

F. Henri Klickmann [of U. S.] [1198 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530465; 

McKinley music co., Chicago. 

In old Kentucky; words by M. Broad- 
dus, music by John W. . Newton [of 
U. S.l Buffalo, N. Y, Melody pub. 
corp. (Home series) [1199 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528832; Marie Broaddus, Padu- 
cah, Ky. 

In old wives daies. See Corner (A) 
in faerie. 

In our little Ford sedan ; squeaked by 
Claude Sacre, rattled off by Harold 



Dixon [of U. S.l (Cover-title: In my 
little Ford sedan) [1200 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528901 ; Dixon-Lane music pub. co., 
St. Louis. 

In peace TIME; words by O. Bostrom, 
music arr. by Harry Tillman [of U. S.l 
New York, Authors & composers 
service co. [1201 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 528444; Oscar Bostrom, Chicago. 

In September ; words by E. L. Esser, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[1202 
© Jan. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922 ; 
E 528700; Emmer L. Esser, Pough- 
keepsie, N. Y. 

In silent night; Christmas anthem, 
by C. T. Steele, rev. by H. L. Harts 
[of U. S.l ; mixed voices. 4to. (Choral 
service, no. 537) Revised edition. 

[1203 

© Dec. 23, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 

E 525869; White- Smith music pub. 

co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

revision] 

In the EorEST. See Suite tyrolienne. 

In the heart of Manitou ; words by 

E. John, music by Leo Friedman [of 

U. S.l T1204 

© Nov. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 

E 530485 ; Eva John, Chicago. 

In the land oe fadeless dreams; 
words and melody by N. D. Greene 
[of Great Britain, domiciled at New 
York], arr. bv L. L. Vos Burgh [of 
U. S.l [1205 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1922; E 530434; 
Nathan D. Greene, New York. 

In the meadow ; part-song, words by 
Frank Dempster Sherman, music by 
William Lester [of U. S.] ; sop. and 
alto. (Choruses in octavo form, no. 
5061) [1206 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528836; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

In the spotlight; words by Irene 
Franklin, melody by Burton Green 
[i. e. J. B. Green, of U. S.] [1207 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; E 530083; 
James Burton Green, Mount Vernon, 
N. Y. 



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1225 



In the twilight; words by H. E. 

Maurer, music by Marvin Westman 

[of U. S.] [1208 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529044; 

Hazel E. Maurer, Douglas, Ariz. 

In the willow-dell ; words and mel- 
ody by M. J. Saxon [of Jugo-Slavia, 
domiciled at New York] ; 1st banjo 
ace. [1209 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1922; E 528750; 
Michael John Saxon, New York. 

Incantation (L') du bardE. See Pre- 
miers chants magiques dans le mode 
myste. 

Indiana lullaby ; words by Dorothy 

Terriss, melody by Don Kendall [of 

U. S.] [1210 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528530; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Intermebe ; by Paul La com be [of 

France] ; piano. [1211 

© Jan. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922 ; 

E 528960 ; Composers' music corp., 

New York. 

Intermezzo doloroso; par J. Franceschi 
[of Italy] et F. Salabert [of France] ; 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 
(Celebre collection des succes, no. 342) 

[1212 
© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526651 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Introduction. See Toy town tales. 

Invocation ; poesie de Henri de Reg- 
nier, English version by Rosa New- 
march [of England], musique de Al- 
bert Roussel [of France] op. 8, no. 3 ; 
voix graves. [1213 

© Dec. 14, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526714; Rouart, Lerolle & cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on edi- 
tion with English version] 

■ pour la fete d'Aristote ou de la 

philosophic ancienne, texte de Jean 
Canora, musique de Florent Schmitt 
[of France] op. 71, no. 1 ; baryton. 
(Trois chants en l'honneur d'Auguste 
Comte, no. 1) [1214 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526729 ; Durand & cie., Paris. 

pour la fete de la patrie, poeme de 

Sully Prudhomme, musique de Florent 
Schmitt [of France] op. 71, no. Ill; 
chceur mixte. (Trois chants en l'hon- 
neur d'Auguste Comte, no. 3) [1215 
© Dec. 14, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526728 ; Durand & cie., Paris. 



Iowa song — Let's go ; words and melody 

by S. S. Vosburg [of U. S.] [1216 

© 1 c. Dec. 29, 1921; E 528930; 

Stella Sherwood Vosburg, Granville, 

la. 

Ireland is free; words by A. Seymour 

Brown, melody by Albert Von Tilzer 

[of U. S.] [1217 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1922; E 530594; 

A. V. T. music pub. co., New York. 

Ireland mavourneen ; words and music 
by Walter J. Doherty [of U. S.] 
Fort Worth, Tex., Ault music co. 

[1218 

© Jan. 23, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 

E 530458 ; W. J. Doherty, Ft. Worth. 

Ireland, old Ireland, my island home ; 
words by W. J. Bramley, music by 
F. E. Mendenhall [of U. S.] [1219 
© Jan. 23, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23. 1922; 
E 530457; W. J. Bramley, Spring- 
field, O. 

Irish (The) motorman ; words by 
R. P. Crosby, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.l [1220 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528576; 
Ruby Pearl Crosby, Hudson, N. Y. 

Is there anything dearer in the 
world ; words by Jos. B. Barrows, mu- 
sic by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Legters music co. [1221 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529076 ; Joseph Baran, Los Angeles. 

Is there someone who'd care for me ; 

words and music by W. Baumgarten 

[of U. S.l [1222 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528566; 

Walter Baumgarten, Buffalo. 

Island (The) of never-mind-where; 
from The golden moth, words by 
Adrian Ross, music by Ivor Novello 
[of England] [1223 

© Dec. 8, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526792 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Island (The) of the blessed; words 
by P. Piesker, music by A. Leopold 
Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters 
music co. [1224 

~© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 28. 1922; 
E 529069 ; Paul Piesker, Chicago. 

Isle of Park a lone; words and melodv 
by H. C. Carey [of U. S.l [1225 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530450; 
Harold C. Carey, Albion, Mich. 



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It isn't you, it's your byes that make 
them love you; words by I. Wright, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 

[1226 
© Dec. 5, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922 ; 
E 530469; Ianth Wright, Chicago. 

It must bE you ; from Red pepper, lyric 
by Howard E. Rogers, music by Al- 
bert Gumble and Herman Paley [of 
U. S.], arr. by J. Dell Lampe [of 
U. S.] [1227 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 530651 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

It must not be again ; words and music 
by J. G. Dailey [of U. S.] ; solo, uni- 
son or chorus ad lib. 4to. Philadel- 
phia, Pa., J. G. Dailey music co. 

[1228 
© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528886; James Gerald Dailey, Phil- 
adelphia. 

It never fails to help us ; words by 

James M. Gray, music by A. Holz- 

worth [of U. S.] [1229 

© July 8, 1920; 2 c. Jan. 16. 1922; 

E 530219 ; Alfred Holzworth, Chicago. 

It's a fine thing to sing; words and 
music by Harry Lauder and Willie 
Cochrane [of Great Britain, domiciled 
at New York] [1230 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 525867 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

It's just the way we do it in the 
states ; words by T. R. Gibson, music 
by Marvin Westman [of U. S.] 

[1231 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529037; 
Thomas R. Gibson, Couva Trinidad, 
B. W. I. 

It's sweet to be remembered; words 
by W. H. Owen, melody by Max Nor- 
worth [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] ' [1232 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530186; 
Wm. H. Owen, Toledo, la. 

Italian scene; tarantella, by A. Sar- 
torio [of Germany] ; piano, four 
hands. (Dances from many lands) 

[1233 
© Dec. 24, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1921 ; 
E 530113; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

J'avais tout ca; de l'operette Dede, 

paroles de Albert Willemetz, musique 

de H. Christine [of France] [1234 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 526693 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 



J'En ai marrE; fox-trot and shimmy, 
sur les motifs de la chanson de Mis- 
tinguett, par Maurice Yvain [of 
France] 1. Orch. avec piano-conducteur. 
4to. (Celebre collection des succes, 
no. 510) 2. Piano. 3. Chanson, pa- 
roles de Albert Willemetz et Georges 
Arnould. [1235-1237 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. each Jan. 11, 
1922 ; E 526647, 526697, 526698 ; Fran- 
cis Salabert, Paris. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

J'etais un faiblE EnEant ; poesie de 
Andre Chenier, musique de Henri 
Busser [of France] op. 55, no. 3 ; 
sop. ou ten. [1238 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526920 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Jack; words by Mrs. J. J. Dempsey, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.l 

[1239 
© Dec. 5, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530477; Mrs. J. J. Dempsey, Chi- 
cago. 

Jack-in-the-box; by Walter Rolfe [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [1240 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 528734; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

See also Toy town tales. 

Janice, dear heart, in love I never 
sold ; words by W. P. Burris, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1241 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528574; 
W. P. Burris, Delphis, Ind. 

Japan ; by G. I. Tompkins [of U. S.] ; 
melody with piano ace. (Song with- 
out words, no. 11) [1242 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 528855; 
George I. Tompkins, Westport, Conn. 

Japanese love ; by D. Burns [of U. S.] ; 
melody with piano ace. [1243 

© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1921; E 530149; 
Dorothy Burns, Huntington, W. Va. 

Japanese love moon ; words by Clancy 
Boykin [i. e. Clarence E. Boykin, jr.] 
music by Billy Pierce [i. e. William 
Lee Pierce, of U. S.] [1244 

© Jan. 3, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922 ; 
E 530545 ; Pierce music pub. co., inc., 
Richmond. 

Jardin (Le) mouillE (The garden in 
rain) ; poesie de Henri de Regnier, 
English version by Rosa Newmarch 



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1262 



[of England], musique de Albert Rous- 
sel, op. 3, no. 3 ; voix moyennes. 

[1245 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 526725 ; Rouart, Lerolle & cie., Paris. 

[Copyright is claimed on edition with 

English version] 

JE m'donne ; fox-trot et shimmy, de 
l'operette Dede, par Henri Christine 
[of France] ; orch. avec piano-conduc- 
teur. 4to. (Celebre collection des 
succes, no. 509) [1246 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526646; Francis Salabert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

JE t' adore; valse hesitation, par Pierre 
Case [of France] ; piano. [1247 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526750; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Jelly Jimmy; I want to keep still but 
I can't, fox trot by Arthur Donaldson 
[of England] ; piano. [1248 

© Nov. 12, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922 ; 
E 526784; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Jenny smiled at me; words by Dor- 
othy Dickinson, music by Ivv St. Helier 
[of Great Britain] [1249 

© Jan. 12, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 526825 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Jersey shore ; words by Jay H. Morton, 
melody by Harold Goldstein [of U. S.] 

[1250 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525903; 
Joseph H. Motenko, Chicago. 

Jesus, I will trust Thee; words and 
music by W. M. Runyan [of U. S.] ; 
male voices. [1251 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530537; William M. Runvan, 
Wichita, Kan. 

Jesus, eover oe my soul; words bv 
Charles Wesley, music by W. M. Run- 
yan [of U. S.] ; male voices. [1252 
© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530529; William M. Runvan 
Wichita, Kan. 

Jesus saves me now; words and music 
by Abraham Storev [of England] 8vo. 

[1253 

© Mar. 1, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1921 ; 

E 528928 ; T. Henry Storey, New York. 

Jimmy jim-mi-ny; words by Lillian B. 

Witten and B. Brown, music bv B 

Brown [of U. S.] [1254 

© Jan. 2, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1922 ; 

; E 525883 ; Bertrand-Brown, New York. 



Job (A) ; words by M. Berger, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1255 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530300; 
Martin Berger, New York. 

Johnnie on the corner; words and 
music by J. Kay [of U. S.] [1256 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528627; 
Jack Kay, Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

Joeey (The) miller; set to air The 
budgeon it is a delicate trade, words 
from Love in a village 1762, arr. by 
Roger Quilter [of Great Britain] ; high 
voice. (Old English popular songs) 

[1257 
© Oct. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; 
E 526814; Winthrop Rogers, ltd., 
London. 

Jolty robin redbreast; from Jolly series 
of tunes for little fingers, bv Henry 
Edmond Earle [of U. S.] op. 21, no. 5 ; 
piano. Los Angeles, Calif., W. A. 
Quincke & co. [1258 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528746; W. A. Quincke, Los An- 
geles. 

Jolly (The) soldier boys; from Jolly 
series of tunes for little fingers, by 
Henry Edmond Earle [of U. S.] op. 
21, no. 4; piano. Los Angeles, Calif., 
W. A. Quincke & co. [1259 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528745; W. A. Quincke, Los An- 
geles. 

Josephine; fox trot song, words and 
melody by W. C. Thomas [of U. S.], 
arr. bv Anson C. Jacobs [of U. S ] 

[1260 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; E 528755; 
Will C. Thomas, Franklin, Pa. 

Josephine, my nifty queen ; one-step, 
words and music bv Anthonv Russo 
and T. J. Mongeluzzi [of U. S"] Long 
Branch, N. J., Keith's music pub. 
house. [1261 

© Dec. 30, 1920; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 530360 : Thos. J. Mongeluzzi, Long 
Branch, N. J. 

Jour d'hymenee ; suite, de Paul Fauchey, 
arr. par F. Salabert [of France] ; orch. 
avec piano condncteur. 4t'o. (Nou- 
velle collection Salabert, no. 11) Con- 
tents : 1. L'aube exquise.— 2. A la 
vieille eglise— 3. Au seuil lu bonheur.— 
4. Amour vanqueur. [1262 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526893; Francis Salabert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 



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June; words by N. Ellis, music by John 
W. Newton [of U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y., 
Melody pub. corp. (Popular series) 

[1263 
© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528818; Nettie Ellis, New Bern, 
N. C. 

Just a dear old fashioned main 

street; melody, by H. Jentes [of 

U. S.] [1264 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; E 530133; 

Harry- Jentes, New York. 

Just a little boy ; lullaby, words and 
music by M. A. L. Sengstak [of 
U. S.] (In Songs for little children, 
no. 2) [1265 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 530141 ; Martha Amy Lockwood 
Sengstak, Daytona, Fla. 

Just a little nobody who wants to be 
somebody's girl ; words by L. West, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S-] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[1266 
© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525980 ; Lillian West, New York. 

Just around the corner; words and 
music by Irma Hopper [of U. S.l 

[1267 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 529002; 
Harms, inc., New York. 

Just bE glad; words and music by P. P. 
Bilhorn [of U. S.] [1268 

© Jan. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 528895 ; Peter P. Bilhorn, Chicago. 

Just dreams of yesterday; words and 
music by H. J. Wacker, jr., Jack 
Thompson and John Ross [of U. S.l 

[1269 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 530150; 
Herman John Wacker, jr., Hoboken, 
N. J. 

Just drop a line to mother ; words by 
J. N. Grisich, music by Burrell Van 
Buren [of U. S.l [1270 

© Dec. 10, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 525956; Jos.' N. Grisich, Kankakee, 
111. 

Just for us two, for me and you: 
words and music by B. Schwartz [of 
U. S.l [1271 

© Tan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6. 1922; 
E 525892; Ben Schwartz music co., 
inc., New York. 



Just for you; words by Hal Friedman, 
melody by M. H. Glickman [of U. S.] 

[1272 
© 1 c. Dec. 15, 1921; E 530028; 
Mortimer H. Glickman, Chicago. 

words by Jay H. Morton, melody bv 

Carl Morris [of U. S.l [1273 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530498; 
Jos. H. Motenko, Chicago. 

Just like a violin; words and music by 
Irma Hopper [of U. S.] [1274 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 528995; 
Harms, inc., New York. 

Just married; fox-trot, words by Ade- 
laide Mathews, music by Don Kendall 
[of U. S.l, arr. by Wm. Schulz [of 
U. S.] ; orch. with piano. 4to. [1275 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525938; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangementl 

Just say you saw me when you get 
to Caroline; words and music by E. 
S. Howells [of U. S.l [1276 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; E 528791; 
Edward Sandbrook Howells, Catasau- 
qua, Pa. 

Just sweet sixteen; fox trot, from 
Greenwich Village follies, intro. I'll 
be your valentine, by A. Baldwin 
Sloane, arr. by M. L. Lake [of U. S.l : 
full orch. 4to. [1277 

© Mar. 19, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 528619; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Just think; words by J. Siemen, music 
by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.l New 
York, World music pub. corp. [1278 
© Jan. 25. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 529010: John Siemen, Union City, 
Conn. 

Just think it over dear; words and 
music by C. B. Winge [of U. S.] 

[1279 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1922; E 528950; 
Carl Bernard Winge, Seattle. 

Just to be alone wtth you ; words by 
J. E. Strader, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.l New York, World music 
pub. corp. [1280 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525989; J. E. Strader, Carpenter, 
S. D. 

Just try and weather the storm ; 

words and music by Irma Hopper [of 

U. S.] [1281 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 528990; 

Harms, inc., New York. 



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Just you and I ; words and music by 
A. Schiller [of U. S.] [1282 

© 1 c. Jan. .6, 1922; E 525907; 
Albert Schiller. Chicago. 

words by Wm. Ficker, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] New 
York, Frank Harding's music house. 

[1283 
© Nov. 2, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5. 1922; 
E 530032; William Ficker, New Or- 
leans. 

Kamasoutra ; par Maurice Yvain [of 
France] ; piano. [1284 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526752 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Kankakee; words by Dave Ringle, mel- 
ody by J. Clark [of U. S.] [1285 
© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1922; E 525880; 
Jimmy Clark, Brooklyn. 

Karami (Ka-ra-mee) ; an Arabian love 

song, words and melody by Ethel and 

Billy Ritchie [of U. S.] [1286 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530500; 

McKinley music co., Chicago. 

Kentucky dreams ; words by E. A. 
O'Bannon, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
[of U. 3.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [1287 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525985; Eliz. Atcher O'Bannon, 
Greenville, Miss. 

Kentucky echoes ; words by L. W. 
Gilbert, music by L. Wolfe Gilbert and 
Riley Reilly [of U. S.] [1288 

© Jan. 22, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922 ; 
E 530592; L. W T olfe Gilbert music 
corp., New York. 

KewpiE ; words and music by V. Du Jar- 
din [of U. S.], arr. by Charles Schultz 
[of U. S.] [1289 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; E 530078; 
Victor Du Jardin, Denver. 

KiEsling (Samuel G.) Impromptu; 
by S. G. Kiesjing [of 1j. S.] op. 68; 
piano, in G minor. [1290 

© Dec. 29, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 
E 530640; Samuel G. Kiesling, 
Brooklyn. 

Prelude; by S. G. Kiesling [of 

U. S.l op. 70; piano, in D flat major. 

[1291 
© Dec. 29, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 
E 530637; Samuel G. Kiesling, 
Brooklyn. 

Kiki, my wied, wild rose ; words by 

Schuvler Greene, music by Zoel Par- 

enteau [of U. S.] [1292 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1921 ; 

E 525866; Harms, inc., New York. 

2528—22 4 



Kind words ; lyric by Randal Moreland, 
music by Lou Traveller [of U. S.] 

[1293 
© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 530646; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

King oe kings ; words and music by 

J. N. Hall [of U. S.] ; medium voice, 

in B flat. [1294 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 10. 1922; 

E 530105 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Kiss mama, kiss papa; lyric by Al. 
Herman, music by Geo. Fairman [of 
U. S.] [1295 

© Jan. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 530650; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

KjENNER DU NOKO TIL 'n SkIBERG's 

Per? norsk folkevise, musik av Johan 
Halvorsen [of Norway] ; mandsstem- 
mer. 4to. (Norsk musikforlags ud- 
gave, no. 373) [1296 

© Nov. 15, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526831 ; Norsk musikforlag, Christi- 
ania. 

Krakowiak. Sec suite. polonaise. 

KuolEman puutarha (Do'dens park) ; 
av L. Madetoja, op. 41, ed. and rev. 
by Julia A. Burt [of U. S.] ; pianolle. 
(Wilhelm Hansen edition, no. 2140) 

[1297 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526851; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing and revision] 

Lad (The) and the moon; words by 
Thomas P. Byron, music by Hubbard 
Hutchinson [of U. S.] ; high or me- 
dium voice. (Three mood-poems) 

[1298 
© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530061; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Laddie o' mine; words and music by 
B. L. Beebe [of U. S.] [1299 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; E 530229; 
Bessie L. Beebe, Osceola, Neb. 

Lady moon ; fox trot, words and music 

by M. Vose [of U. S.] [1300 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1922;. E 530583; 

Marguerite Vose, Needham Heights, 

. Mass. 

Lady step; march, by C. Leont [of 
U. S.], arr. by May Mullini; piano. 

[1301 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; E 530076; 
Charles Leont, Chicago. 



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Land of long ago; by G. I. Tompkins 

[of U. S.] ; melody with piano ace. 

(Song without words, no. 6) [1302 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 528850; 

George I. Tompkins, Westport, Conn. 

Land (The) of nod; words by Alice 
C. D. Riley, music by Jessie L. Gay- 
nor [of U. S.] (Songs and ballads) 

[1303 

© Dec. 2, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1921 ; 

E 525934 ; John Church co., Cincinnati. 

Land of Old Black Joe, I hear you 
calling me; words by Peter Flood, 
music by J. V. Flood [of U. S.] 

[1304 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; E 530224; 
James Victor Flood, Pittsburgh. 

Land (The) where I long to be; 

words by P. E. Murphy, music by 

Marvin Westman [of U. S.l [1305 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922 ; E 529039 ; Paul 

E. Murphy, Brecksville, O. 

Largo. See Suite en re. 

Larry ; words and music by F. G. 

Wheeler [of U. S.] [1306 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530291; 

Fannie Gray Wheeler, Bloomington, 

111. 

Last (The) sweet dream of youth ; 
words by M. Tatum, melody by Ray- 
mond A. Browne [of U. S.l [1307 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530452; 
May Tatum, Trenton, Ga. 

Lazy boy ; words by Bert Van Cleve, 

music by P. I. Jacoby [of U. S.], arr. 

by Earl C. Sharp [of U. S.l [1308 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1922; E 528910; 

Philip Irving Jacoby, San Francisco. 

Lead, kindly light; words by John 
Henry Newman, music by W. M. 
Runyan [of U. S.] ; male voices. 

[1309 
© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23. 1922; 
E 530525 ; William M. Runyan, Wich- 
ita, Kan. 

Leafy June is here in beauty; trio, 
words by Elvira B. Smith, music by 
E. S. Hosmer [of U. S.] ; women's 
voices. 4to. .(Theo. Presser co. part 
songs for women's voices) [1310 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 528730; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 



LeebE tzu kinder ("Wirp 125 VT^b); 
original words by A. Teres, music of 
first 25 bars by A. Teres [of U. S.], 
music of chorus by J. M. Rumshisky 
[of U. S.], arr. by A. Teres. [1311 
© May 25, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530090; Albert Teres, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on new matter] 

Leggenda (La) di Sakuntala ; tre atti 
da Kalidasa, musica di Franco Alfano 
[of Italy], arr. di Raffaele delli Ponti 
[of Italy] ; canto e pianoforte. 4to. 

[1312 
© Dec. 15, 1921 ; 1 c. Dec. 16, 1921 ; 
D 26222; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Lessons on time; including syncopation, 

by W. M. Eby [of U. S.] Buffalo. 

N. Y., Virtuoso school. [1313 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 

E 530517; W. M. Eby, Buffalo. 

Let's go back to dreamland; words 
and music by J. N. Bloominger [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [1314 

© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528778; Jno. N. Bloominger, Alva, 
Okla. 

Let's you and I be friends again;" 
words by H. L. Peterson, music by A. 
Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Legters music co. [1315 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530259; Harry L. Peterson, Uni- 
versity Place, Neb. 

Let the people praise Thee, O God; 
music by Wm. R. Spence [of Canada] ; 
mixed voices. (Octavo series, no. 
1338) [1316 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1922; 
E 530344; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

LevEE land ; from Red pepper, lyric by 
Howard E. Rogers, music by Albert 
Gumble [of U. S.], arr. by' J. Dell 
Lampe [of U.S.] [1317 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 530655 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Levenson (Boris) Six pieces for the 
pianoforte ; by B. Levenson [of Rus- 
sia, domiciled at New York] op. 34. 
(Edition Wood, no. 917) Contents: 
1. Russian dance. — 2. Chant sans pa- 
roles. — 3. Tarantelle. — 4. Menuetto. — 
5. La plainte. — 6. Dance of the marion- 
ettes. [1318 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528933; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 



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Lillian ; words by J. A. Jalo, music by 
Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [1319 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528699; John A. Jalo, Fitchburg, 
Mass. 

Lilltan, my lily; words and music by 
W. C. Thomas [of U. S.], arr. by 
Anson C. Jacobs [of U. S.l [1320 

© Jan. 9, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 525944; Will C. Thomas, Franklin, 
Pa. 

Ltly Dale; arr. by Paul Dawson [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., Bay 
State music co. (Well known folk 
melodies, no. 5) [1321 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530410; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. [Copyright is claimed on har- 
mony and arrangement] 

Lixa ; polka-marcia, by M. V. Cardilli. 
Sogno amoroso; mazurka by N. Li 
Causi [e] II portavoce (The tele- 
phone) ; valzer, by G. Silvestri ; the 
last two arr. by A. Bonsignore [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (In Album di ballabili, 
nos. 1, 4, 8) [1322 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 
E 528092; Mauro V. Cardilli, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Lindy come on down; fox trot, words 
by Garfield Bedney [i. e. J. G. Bed- 
ney], music by A[rthur B.] W. Coates 
[of U.- S.l [1323 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530339; 
James Garfield Bedney, Represa, Calif. 

Liszt (Franz) See Bridal (The) 
morning. 

Litanies profanes; poesie et musique 
de Germain Letel [of France] [1324 
© Dec. 14, 1921- 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922- 
E 526704 ; Letellier, Paris. 

Little (The) bird; words by Mrs. J. 
Gardner, music by E. S. S.' Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.1 [1325 
© 1 c Jan. 12, 1922; E 528564; 
Mrs. J. Gardner, Rutherford, N. J. 

Little bit o' honey; words and music 
by L. B. Rosborough [of U. S.] [Photo- 
stat] [1326 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530289; 
Leonard B. Rosborough, Chicago. 

Little (A) bit of loving; from The 
little girl in red, words by Harold 
Simpson and Arthur Stanley, music by 
Edouard L'Enfant [of Great Britain] 

[1327 

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© Jan. 9, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 526816; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Little blue pigeon; words by Eugene 
Field, music by George F. Boyle [of 
Great Britain, domiciled at Baltimore, 
M <*.] [1328 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 528962 ; Composers' music corp 
New York. 

Little Italians; by E. Sochting [of 
Germany] op. 178, no. 4 ; piano. ( Gold- 
en hour at the piano) [1329 
© Dec. 13, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1921 • 
E 528665; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Little kittens ; by Florence Eldredge 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay State music co. (Tunes for little 
hands, six melodious pieces in the G 
clef, no. 5) [1330 

^© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530406; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Little Miss Dainty; by Cedric W 
Lemont [of U. S.] op. 23, no. 4; piano^ 
second grade. [1331 

T,fJn£ 20 ' 1922: 2 c - J an - 25 > 1922 ; 

E 528978; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Little (A) more moon shine; words 
by G. Miller, music by John W New- 
ton [of U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y., Melody 
pub. corp. (Popular series) [1332 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528807; George Miller, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Little mother ; words by C. O'Hargan 

music by J. W. Newton [of U S ] 

A i T f 1333 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; E 528802- 
John W. Newton and Cornelius O'Har- 
gan, Buffalo. 

Little (The) nut tree. See Tales of 
the fairy dustman. 

Little old log cabin; waltz-ballad, 

words by Jesse G. M. Glick, music 

by C. WVlborn Jackson [of U. S 1 
_ [1334 

^J^k 18 ' 1922: 2 c - J an - 9, 1922; 
E 528720 ; Harold Flammer, inc., New 
York. 

Little (The) singers; sixteen rote 
songs for kindergarten or home by 
Mathilde Bilbro [of U. S.] obi. lomo 
_. T [1335 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530056 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
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Little Sorele's lamb (L'agneau de la 
petite Sarah) ; from the first Hebrew 
song cycle, words after a Hebrew folk- 
song, English tr. by Mary Ellis Op- 
dycke, French tr. and music by Lazare 
Saminsky [of Russia, domiciled at 
New York] op. 2, no. 3. [1336 

© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528743 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
music newly revised and English and 
French translations] 

Living in the sunshine; words by 

T. O. Crouse, music by G. C. Latchaw 

[of U. S.] [1337 

© July 8, 1920; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 530207; Guy C. Latchaw, Chicago. 

Loin d'ellE; paroles et musique de Ger- 
main Letel [of France] [1338 
© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526705 ; Letellier, Paris. 

London bridge is falling down on the 
isle oe childhood dreams ; words by 
Louis Robinson, melody by H. I. Rob- 
inson [of U. S.] [1339 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530466; 
Harry I. Robinson, Chicago. 

London fox-trot; par Charles Pelabon 
[of France] ; orch. avec piano-conduc- 
teur. 4to. [1340 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526655; E. J. Meuriot Biarritz, 
France. 

Londonderry air (Cucuilian farewell) ; 
old Irish melody, transcribed by Fritz 
and Hugo Kreisler [alien authors, Fritz 
Kreisler, domiciled at New York] ; 
violin, cello, and piano. [1341 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922 ; E 528905 ; 
Carl Fischer, New York. 

Lonely and blue; words by M. Smoot, 
music by M. Mack [of U. S.] [1342 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528591; 
Myrtle Smoot and Myrtle Mack, In- 
dianapolis. 

Lonely (A) mother dreaming; words 
by M. Rowland, melody by Max Nor- 
worth [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] [1343 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530557; 
Mable Rowland, New Kingston, N. Y. 

Lonely (The) pine; words by E. Han- 
ish, music by George Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [1344 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 529026; Emily Hanish, St. Louis. 



Lonely (The) shepherd's dream ; 
words by D. B. Heitz, music by George 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [1345 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528770; Daisy Bry Heitz, Big 
Piney, Wy. 

Lonesome; words by N. E. Wray, music 

by A. Leopold Richard '[of U. S.] 

Chicago, Legters music co. [1346 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 

E 530263 ; Noel E. Wray, Beloit, Kans. 

Lonesome lips; fox trot serenade, by 
Margie Kelly [of U. S.] ; full orch. 
4to. [1347 

© Jan. 19, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1922; 
E 530366; Vandersloot music pub. co., 
Williamsport, Pa. 

words by Ray Sherwood, music 

by Margie Kelly [of U. S.] [1348 

© Jan. 12, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1922; 
E 530165 ; Vandersloot music pub. co., 
Williamsport, Pa. 

Lonesome (A) sweetheart; words by 
R. Norton, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1349 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528586; 
Ray Norton, Westbrook, Conn. 

Longin' for my gal ; words by F. K. 
Schmid, music by John W. Newton 
[of U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y., Melodv 
pub. corp. (Home series) [1350 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528826; Fred K. Schmid, Monroe, 
Wis. 

Longing. See Mood phases. 

Longing eor you; words by V. Tid- 

well, melody by Max Norworth [pseud. 

of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [1351 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530548; 

Vera Tidwell, Guin, Ala. 

Lontano da TE; serenata, poem by 
Arturo Sergio, music by B. De Souza 
[of Great Britain, domiciled at New 
York] [1352 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525898; 
Barretto De Souza, New York. 

Look to Jesus ; words by J. W. Kem- 
merer, music by J. G. Dailey [of 
U. S.] [1353 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528887 ; James W. Kemmerer, De- 
fiance, O. 



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Look up, lift up ; Epworth league 
motto, words and music by H. D. Loes 
[of U. S.] [1354 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528754; Harry Dixon Loes, Three 
Rivers, Mich. 

Lord (The) is in His holy temple; 
chorus-anthem, words from the Bible, 
music by R. Huntington Woodman [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, organ ace. (G. 
S. 8vo. choruses, no. 6956) [1355 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530055 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Lord our God ; chorale, words Biblical, 
music ed. by W. G. Whittaker [of 
England], har. by J. S. Bach; mixed 
voices and organ or piano ace. 4to. 
(Church choir library, no. 231) [1356 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526809; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 

Lost forever ; words by M. W. Pond, 

music by D. H. Wilson [of U. S.] ; 

cho. of mixed voices. [1357 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530497; 

Marvin W. Pond, Portland, Or. 

Louise, I love you; fox trot, words by 
J. Edwards, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1358 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530294; 
Jack Edwards, Springfield, 111. 

Louisiana memories ; words by M. 

Maher, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [1359 

© 1 c. Jan. .25, 1922; E 530574; 

Mary Maher, San Francisco. 

LovE; words by R. K. Blackshear, mu- 
sic by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Legters music co. [1360 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529110; R. K. Blackshear, Charles- 
ton, s. c. 

words by S. T. Krambes, music by 

David Reed [of U. S.] New York, 
Bell music studios. [1361 

© Jan. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529157; S. T. Krambes, Clarksville, 
Tex. 

Love birds ; selection, by Sigmund Rom- 
berg, arr. by M. L. Lake [of U. S.] ; 
full orch. [1362 

© Dec. 9, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 528623; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



Love divtnE; words and music by G. E. 

Bonney [of U. S.] [1363 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 

E 530089; Gerald Emery Bonney, 

Winona, Lake,' Ind. 

Love dreams; lyric by F. Schmukler, 
melody by D. Hirschberg [of U. S.] 

[1364 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530569; 
David Hirschberg and Frank Schmuk- 
ler, New York. 

Love gave me you ; from The buc- 
caneers, words by Harry Lowther, mu- 
sic by Ernee Woodville [of Great 
Britain] ■ [1365 

© Jan. 13, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; 
E 526779; Keith, Prowse & co., ltd., 
London. 

Love in the springtime; words by 

Elsie Janis, music by Geo. S. Hirst [of 

U. S.] [1366 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530327; 

Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Love in the woods. See Masson (Rob- 
ert) Two songs. 

LovE is love; words by C. W. Hallock, 
music by L. L. Starrett [of U. S.] 

[1367 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; E 528787; 
Lna Lemert-Starrett, Golden, Col., 
and C. Wiles Hallock, Denver. 

Love light; words by Charles Heston 
Peirson, music by M. E. Howland [of 
U. S.], arr. by Clarence Albert' Tufts 
[of U. S.] " [1368 

© 1 c. Dec. 13, 1921; E 528909; 
Myrta E. Howland, Monrovia, Calif. 

Love ov childhood days; words by Carl 
V. Herron, music by H. L. MaLette 
[of U. S.] [1369 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 528442; 
Harry Lathaniel MaLette, Springfield, 
Mass. 

LovE or wealth ; words by A. Freeman, 
music by Clifton Keith [of U. S.] 
Long Branch, N. J., Keith's music pub. 
house. [1370 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 530362; Anna Freeman, Long 
Branch, N. J. 

Love theme; by G. I. Tompkins [of 

U. S.] ; melody with piano ace. ( Song 

without words, no. 2) [1371 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 528846; 

George I. Tompkins, Westport, Conn. 



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Love will, find a way; fox trot from 
Shuffle along, intro. Honeysuckle time, 
by Sissle and Blake, arr. by Lester 
Brockton [of U. S.] ; full orch. 4to. 

[1372 
© Aug. 29, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 528617; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Lover's afterglow; words by L. A. 
Tuveson, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [1373 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528701; L. A. Tuveson, So. Bend, 
Ind. 

Lovers' (The) goodbye; words by G. 
Raymond, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [1374 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528775 ; George Raymond, Aldridge, 
England. 

Lover's (A) quarrel; waltz, words and 
music by Rene F. Hartlev [of U. S.l 

[1375 
© Jan. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922 ; 
E 529008 ; Rene F. Hartley music pub. 
co., Topeka, Kan. 

Love's broken dream ; words by K. Y. 
Fabricuis, music by A. Leopold Rich- 
ard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music 
co. [1376 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529115; Karney Yepson Fabricuis, 
Stege, Calif. 

Love's glamour ; reverie, by Irene Var- 
ley [of U. S.], scored by Morris Aborn 
[of U. S.] ; orch. with piano-conductor. 
(Belwin con. ed. no. 68) [1377 

© Jan. 12, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 528676; Belwin, inc., New York. 

Love's golden rule; lyric by H. P. 
Pugh, music by John W. Newton [of 
U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y., Melody pub. 
corp. (Love series) [1378 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528804; H. P. Pugh, Seneca Falls, 
N. Y. 

Love's greeting (Serenade d'amour) ; by 
J. Warwick Moore [of Great Britain] ; 
piano. [1379 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526870 ; Orpheus music pub. co., 
London. 

Love's magic hour ; lyric by J. Hesford 
Evans, music by Cecil Smart' [of Eng- 
land] [1380 



© Jan. 9, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526846; Provincial music publica- 
tions, Altrincham, England. 

Loving you ; words and music by M. V. 

Calkins [of U. S.], arr. by Vern Elliott 

[of U. S.] [1381 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528542; 

Mildred V. Calkins, Lynwood, Calif. 

Loyal sons of Illinois; homecoming 
song, lyrics by G. V. Buchanan, music 
by Bill Donahue [of U. S.] [1382 

© Dec. 20, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 22, 1921 ; 
E S28736 ; Student supply store, Cham- 
paign, 111. 

Lut.laby ; chorus, words by William Cox 
Bennett, music by M. H. Le Baron, 
.arr. by Howard Barlow [of U. S.] ; 
three women's voices. 4to. (G. Ri- 
cordi & co.'s collection of part-songs 
and choruses for women's voices, 217) 

[1383 
© Jan. 21, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 528937 ; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. 

Lydk (Idylles) ; poeme de Andre Chenier, 
musique de H. Fraggi [of Francel ; 
sop. [1384 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526739 ; Hector Fraggi, Marseilles, 
France. 

Ma c' hi: stato? versi di G. F. Miccio, 
musica di S. Capaldo [of Italy] 4to. 

[1385 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 530203 ; P. Eliseo & son, New York. 

Ma fox-trotteusE; sur les motifs de la 
chanson, de Felix Mari, arr. par Jules 
Pernet [of France] ; orch. avec piano 
conducteur. 4to. [1386 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526910; Riviera-edition, Nice, 
France. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Ma mie; valse, by Norman Kennedy [of 

Great Britain] ; piano. [1387 

© Jan. 16, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 

E 526804; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 

London. 

Mable, I'll soon be able to marry 
you ; words by T. and C. Bewalder, 
music bv Paul Jeffries [of U. S.] 

[1388 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525900; 

Theo. and Chas. Bewalder, Brooklyn. 

MacDowell (Edward Alexander) Sea 
pieces ; by MacDowell, op. 55, nos. 3, 



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7, ed. by McNair Ilgenfritz [of U. S.], 
played by Alary Angell. (Imperial 
hand-played automatic electric, no. 
65640) Contents: (a) A. D. 1620.— 
(b) Nautilus. [Music roll] [1389 

© Nov. 28, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 9, 1921 ; 
E 528527 ; Imperial player roll co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

McKinley (Carl) Arabesque; by C. 

McKinley [of U. S.] ; organ, obi. 8vo. 

(Organ music, no. 5027) [1390 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 

E 528553 ; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 

Maculatella nova ; versi di Biagio De 
Nicola, musica di Adolfo Salemme 
[of U. S.] ; mand. ace. 4to. Edizione 
Jas. B. Russo & son. [1391 

© Dec. 20, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525991 ; James B. Russo, Brooklyn. 

Madagascar ; words by Christopher 
Smith, melody by Christopher Smith 
and Robert W. Ricketts [of U. S.], 
arr. by R. W. Ricketts. [1392 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1922; E 530371; 
Zipf music pub. co., New York. 

Madeleine ; from The blue kitten, words 

bv Otto Harbach, music bv Rudolf 

Friml [of U. S.] ' [1393 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 528729; Harms, inc., New York. 

Madrigal lyriquE; poesie de Henri de 
Regnier, English version by Rosa 
Newmarch [of England] , musique de 
Albert Roussel, op. 3, no. 4 ; voix 
moyennes. [1394 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526726; 'Rouart, Lerolle & cie., Pa- 
ris. [Copyright is claimed on edition 
with English version] 

Magee, Malone, McGinty and Mc- 

Gurk ; words and music by Shaun 

Glenville [of Great Britain] " [1395 

© Jan. 12, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922 ; 

E 526799; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Maggie and me; words and melody by 

J. Moser [of U. S.], arr. by L. L. 

Vos Burgh [of U. S.l [1396 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 528864; 

Julius Moser, New York. 

Magic (The) harp; rhapsody, by I. 
Boyle [of England] ; orch. full sc. 
.London, Stainer & Bell, ltd. (Car- 
negie collection of British music) 

[1397 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526811 ; Ina Boyle, Enniskerry, Ire- 
land. 



Magie (La) du bardb. See Premiers 
chants magiques dans le mode myste. 

Mahoney ; words by J. J. Daly, music 
by John B. Musgiller [of U. S.] 

[1398 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; E 528631; 
John J. Daly, Washington. 

Make my dream come true; words by 
M. I. Baker, music by John W. New- 
ton *[of U. S.l Buffalo, N. Y., Melody 
pub. corp. (Love series) [1399 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528814; M. J. Baker, Boyce, Va. 

Make up your mind, pretty Mary ; 
fox trot, by Chas. Rosoff and Victor 
Arden [of U. S.], arr. by W. C. Polla 
[pseud, of W. C. Powell, of U. S.] ; 
orch. 4to. [1400 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528688; Richmond-Robbins, inc., 
New York. 

Maliciosa ; schottisch argentine, de 
Rogelio Huguet [of Spain] ; piano. 

[1401 
© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526702 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Mamma don't say no; words and music 

by L. Godfrey [of U. S.] [1402 

© Dec. 29, 1921 ; 1 c. Dec. 31, 1921 ; 

1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 530155; Louis 

Godfrey, Atlantic City. 

Mam,ma loves papa, does papa love 

mamma ; words and music by Lew 

Brown [of U. S.] [1403 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530559; 

Broadway music corp., New York. 

Mamma luntana; versi e musica di 
Alfredo Bascetta [of Italy, domiciled 
at Brooklyn, N. Y.] ; mand. ace. 4to. 

[1404 
© Dec. 2. 1921; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 530124 ; Ernesto Rossi, New York. 

Mammy can't you hear me calling 
you ; words and music by A. Selvy 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [1405 

© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528779; Adolph Selvy, Newark, 
N. J. 

Mammy I'm blue; words and melody by 

J. Clark and Harry Hanneman [of 

U. S.], arr. by J. Clark. [1406 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1922; E 528686; 

Jimmy Clark, Brooklyn. 



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Mammy Lou; words by Andrew B. 
Sterling and Edward P. Moran, mu- 
sic by Harry Von Tilzer [of U. S.] 

[1407 
© Jan. 7, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 528480; Harry Von Tilzer music 
pub. co., New York. 

Mammy's black pearl; words and mu- 
sic by H. M. Archibald [of U. S.] 

[1408 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 530117; Hazel M. Archibald, New 
York. 

Mammy's jubilee; words and music by 
J. Feeney [of U. S.] [1409 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1922; E 530633; 
Johnny Feeney, So. Boston. 

Man's (A) song; words by Edward 
Lockton, music by Meredyth Lee [of 
England] ; in C. [1410 

© Jan. 10, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526806 ; Joseph Henry Larway, Lon- 
don. 

March for a festival; by T. Carl 
Whitmer [of U. S.] ; organ. (St. 
Cecilia series, no. 161) [1411 

© Dec. 7, 1921 ; 1 c. Dec. 8, 1921 ; 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; E 530029; H. W. 
Gray co., New York. 

March of the daisies; by S. G. Kies- 
lihg [of U. S.] op. 69; piano. [1412 
© Dec. 29, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 
E 530638 ; Samuel G. Kiesling, Brook- 
lyn. 

Marche cortege; de Paul Fauchey, arr. 
par F. Salabert [of France] ; orch. 
avec piano conducteur. 4to. (Celebre 
collection des succes, no. 337) [1413 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526897; Francis Salabert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Marche des cent kilos: de Charles 

Steiger [of France] ; orch. avec piano 

conductor. 4to. [1414 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 

E 526912; Deiss et Crepin, Paris. 

Marche militaire. See Enfant (L') 
prodigue. 

Maroetta dramatica ; de Paul Fauchey, 
arr. par F. Salabert [of France] ; orch. 
avec piano conducteur. 4to. (Celebre 
collection des succes, no. 319) [1415 
© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 526889; Francis Salabert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 



Margaret; song fox-trot, by L. Katz- 
man [of U. S.] ; piano. [1416 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 528844; 
Louis Katzman, New York. 

Maria (La) ; waltz, by E. Bernier and 
M. Silver [of U. S.] ; piano. [1417 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1922; E 530645; 
Edith Bernier, New York. 

Mariage (Le) d'un Tartarin ; vaude- 
ville-operette en 3 actes, livret de 
Fabrice Lemon et Georges Leglise, 
musique de Henri Goublier, flls [of 
France] [1418 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
D 26243; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Marie; fox-trot, words by Walter 
Hirsch, music by Otto Motzan and 
Henrv Santly [of U. S.], arr. by 
W. C. Polla [pseud, of W. C. Powell, 
of U. S.] ; orch. New rev. ed. 4to. 

[1419 
© Nov. 25, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528690 ; Richmond-Robbins, inc., 
New York. 

Marines (The) ; words by L. Williams, 
music by John Thomas and L. Wil- 
liams [of U. S.], arr. by J. T. Wil- 
liams. [Blueprint] [1420 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528630; 
J. T. and Lewis W r illiams, Denver. 

Marion nettes ; pizzicato, par T. A. Bru- 
netti [of France] ; quintette a cordes 
et harpe ad lib., parties separees, avec 
piano conducteur. 4to. [1421 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526640 ; E. Gaudet, Paris. 

MarjolainE; from the new musical 

comedv, words by Brian Hooker, music 

by Hugo Felix [of U. S.] [1422 

© Jan. 23, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 

E 528986 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

Mars ; fox-trot song, words and music 
by D. Strigle [of U. S.] [1423 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530493; 
Dorothy Strigle, Los Angeles. 

Martha and me; fox trot, by Milton 
Ager [of U. S.] ; orch. with piano. 
4to. [1424 

© Jan. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 530509; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Mary, darlin' o' mtnE; song by Jessie 

Mae Jewitt [of U. S.] [1425 

© Jan. 12, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 

E 528656 ; John Church co., Cincinnati. 



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Mary's calf ; words by C. H. Ashbaugh, 

melody by Max Norworth [pseud, of 

Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [1426 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530192; 

Chas. H. Ashbaugh, Mishawaka, Ind. 

Mashallanib. See Collection (A) of 
Syrian song melodies. 

Massachusetts ; by Vernon Lloyd [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., Bay 
State music co. [1427 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530409 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Massachusetts brigade march ; uni- 
form rank, Knights of Pythias, by 
Edgar H. Vose [of U. S.] ; piano. 
Lawrence, Mass., Bav State music co. 

[1428 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530399 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Masson (Robert) Two songs; music 
by R. Masson [of England] ; high 
voice. London, Novello & co., ltd. 
Contents.: Love in the woods; words 
by Else Carrier. — Pale roses ; words 
by Gerald Dinwiddie. [1429 

© Jan. 19, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526840 ; H. Douglas, Matlock, Eng- 
land. 

Master Wayfarer ; play in one act, 
lyrics by A. Scott Craven, music by 
Howard Carr [of Great Britain] 

[1430 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

D 26227 ; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

Mating time; words by H. M. Grant; 
music by John W. Newton [of U. S.] 
Buffalo, N. Y., Melody pub. corp. 
(Classic series) [1431 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528831; Helen M. Grant, Cleve- 
land. 

May and December ; a musical romance 
in seven scenes, bk. and lyrics by H. 
Thompson, melody by Harry Archer 
[of U. S.] [1432 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; D 26236; 
Harlan Thompson, Brooklyn. 

Mayer (Charles) Toccata ; de C. 
Mayer, nouvelle edition, rev. et doigtee 
par I. Philipp [of France] ; piano. 
(Etudes de travail) [1433 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526678; Ch. Hayet, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on revision and fin- 
gering! 



MaytimE REVELS ; by Leighton D i g g s 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay State music co. (Young artist's 
repertoire, six melodious pieces, no. 4) 

[1434 
© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 530395 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Mazurk' ; caprice, de Hedwige Chretien 
[of France] ; violon et piano. [1435 
© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526675 ; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Mazurka. See Suite polonaise. 

Meadow (The) path; by Elliot Griffis 
[of U. S.] op. 15, no. 6; piano. (C. 
M. C. educational library, series 1, no. 
18: Ten little stories, no. 6) [1436 
© Jan. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922 ; 
E 530235; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

Meadowlark ; by Archie A. Mumma [of 

U. S.] ; pf. (Six bird songs) [1437 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1922; 

E 530348; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 

Boston. 

Meditation symphonique; de Paul 
Fauchey, arr. par F. Salabert [of 
France] ; orch. avec piano conducteur. 
4to. (Celebre collection des succes, 
no. 320) [1438 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526900; Francis Salabert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Mee Yum Yum, I'm stuck on you and 
you're stuck on me too; words by 
B. V. Cunningham, music by George 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York. 
World music pub. corp. [1439 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922;. 
E 528771 ; Bina Valin Cunningham, 
State Farm, Mass. 

Meet me with a smile; words by S. 
Sazzman, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1440 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530304; 
Sigmund Sazzman, New York. 

M E l i n d a Brown ; words by Walter 
Donaldson, melody by Howard John- 
son [of U. S.] [1441 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; E 528659: 
Leo Feist, inc.. New York. 

Melody of love (La cinquantaine) ; by 
Gabriel-Marie, arr. and simplified by 
P. Wolf [of U. S.] ; violin, in the first 
position. [1442 



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© Jan. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1922 ; 
E 528653; Paul Wolf, Brooklyn. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision] 

Memories ; words by M. Chandler, mu- 
sic by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.l New 
York, World music pub. corp. [1443 
© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 529012; Mary Chandler, Springfield, 
Mass. 

Memories of mother; words by L. 
Crockett, music by A. Leopold Rich- 
ard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters mu- 
sic co. [1444 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530242 ; Lillie Crockett, Dodge City, 
Kan. 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Lud- 
wtg Felix) The bees; words by 
Philip Edwards, music by F. Men- 
delssohn, arr. by Alfred J. Silver [of 
England] ; three women's voices. 
(Choruses in octavo form, no. 5087) 

[1445 
© Jan. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922; 
E 530587; J. Fischer & bra, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Faith ; song without words, by F. 

Mendelssohn, op. 102, no. 6, arr. by 
Orlando A. Mansfield [of U. S.] ; 
organ. [1446 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 528735 ; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Oh, hast thou heard? words and 

arr. of music by W. M. Runyan [of 
U. S.], music by Mendelssohn; male 
voices. [1447 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530532 ; William M. Runyan, Wich- 
ita, Kan. 

Song d'une nuit d'ete ; andante de 

Mendelssohn, arr. par Philippe Paquot 
[of France] ; clarinette si bemol ou 
saxophone, sarrussophone, bugle ou 
cornet et piano. • [1448 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526671 ; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

MenuET ; no. 3 de Ninon de Lenclos de 
Louis Maingueneau, trans, de H. Mou- 
ton [of France] ; orch. avec piano con- 
ducteur. 4to. [1449 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526907; Heugel, Paris. [Copyright, 
is claimed on transcription] 



See also Suite 



Menuet ancien ; by Leon J. Fontaine 
[of Great Britain] op. 33 ; violin and 
piano. (Two dances, no. 1) [1450 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526868; W. Paxton & co„ltd, Lon- 
don. 

Menuet Watteau; by Albert Spalding 
[of U. S.] ; violin and piano. (Four 
pieces, no. 1) [1451 

© Dec. 29. 1921 ; 1 c. Dec. 28, 1921 ; 
1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; E 528899; Com- 
posers' music corp., New York. 

Menuetto. See Levenson (Boris) Six 
pieces for the pianoforte. 

Menuetto scherzando; by Arnoldo 
Sartorio [of Germany] ; piano. [1452 
© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 530333; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Merry (A) game; by Hazel Gertrude 
Kinscella [of U. S.l ; piano. (Ten 
tiny tunes) [1453 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528879; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Merry hunting party; by E. Sochting 
[of Germany] op. 178, no. 9; piano. 
(Golden hour at the piano) [1454 

© Dec. 13, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1921 ; 
E 528670; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Merry moments ; by Leora Haight [of 

U. S.l ; guitar solo. [1455 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 530228 ; H. F. Odell & co, Boston. 

Message (A) ; words by Winifred Sut- 
cliffe, music by Robert Masson [of 
England] London, Novello & co, ltd.' 

[1456 
© Jan. 19, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526839 ; H. Douglas, Matlock, Eng- 
land. 

Metodo de guitarra; por Enrique M. 
Robles [of Mexico, domiciled at Los 
Angeles] Los Angeles, Heraldo de 
Mexico. [1457 

© Dec. 23, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1922; 
aff. Jan. 3, 1922; A 655177; Caesar F. 
Marburg & co, Los Angeles. 

Mexican dance; by A. Sartorio [of Ger- 
many] ; piano, four hands. (Dances 
from many lands) [1458 

© Dec. 24, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1921 ; 
E 530108; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 



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1478 



Mid-winter madness; words by Mar- 
gery Agrell, music by Gerrard Wil- 
liams [of Great Britain] [1459 
© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 526802; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Mighty one forevermore ; words and 
music by C. H. Gabriel [of U. S.] 4to. 

[1460 

© Jan. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 

E 528939; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Mill sounds; by E. Sochting [of Ger- 
many] op. 178, no. 8; piano. (Golden 
hour at the piano) [1461 

© Dec. 13, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1921 ; 
E 528669; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Milonguita ; melodie argentine, de En- 
rique Delfino [of Spain] 1. Piano. — 
2. Chanson ; paroles frangaises de Lu- 
cien Boyer, paroles argentines de Sam- 
uel Linnig. [1462, 1463 
© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. each Jan. 11, 
1922 ; E 526686, 526689 ; Francis Sala- 
bert, Paris. 

Mimi ; from The little girl in red, words 
by Harold Simpson and Arthur Stan- 
lev, music by Claude B. Yearsley [of 
Great Britain] . [1464 

© Jan. 9, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 526820 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Miniatura sonata ; by Richard H. 

Walthew [of England]'; pf. [1465 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 

E 526807 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 

Minuet; by Alfred Mirovitch [of Rus- 
sia, domiciled at New York], [arr. by] 
Burgin; violin and piano. (Morceaux 
de salon) [1466 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528873; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Miracle piano playing; 1 self teaching 
chord chart no. 4, bass clef, or ex- 
plained by a teacher, arr. by Walter 
Lipman [of U. S.] [1467 

© Jan. 2, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530157; Music hall pub. co., San 
Francisco. 

Mirror duet; from The little girl in red, 
words by Harold Simpson and Arthur 
Stanley, music by Edouard L'Enfant 
[of Great Britain] [1468 

© Jan. 9, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922 ; 
E 526817; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Mister Gallagher and Mister Shean ; 
words and music bv E. Gallagher and 
A. Shean [of U. S.] New York, Jack 
Mills, inc. [1469 



© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528692 ; Ed. Gallagher and Al. Shean, 
New York. 

Mister Mockin' bird; words by Frank 
L. Stanton, music by Karolyn Wells 
Bassett [of U. S.] [1470 

© Jan. 10, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530024; Harold Flammer, New 
York. 

Modern (A) method for the guitar 
(Metodo moderho para guitarra) ; by 
Pascual Roch [of Spain] v. 2, pt. 3, 4. 
(Schirmer's scholastic series, v. 86) 

[1471 
© Jan. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922 ; 
E 530585; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Molly ; words and music by H. De Vaux 

[of U. S.] [1472 

© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922 ; 

E 530459; Harry De Vaux, Canton, O. 

Mon vallon ; poesie et musique de Ger- 
main Letel [of France] [1473 
© Dec. 14/ 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526706; Letellier, Paris. 

Mona Lisa, what are you smiling 
about? words and music bv H. M. 
Archibald [of U. S.] [1474 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 530118; Hazel M. Archibald, New 
York. 

Mood phases ; by York Bowen [of Great 
Britain] op. 66, nos. 1-3 ; pf. bk. 2. 
Contents : 4. Grace. — -5. Longing. — 6. 
Gaiety. [1475 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; 
E 526812; Anglo-French music co., ltd., 
London. 

Moon (The) dance. Sec Corner (A) 
in faerie. 

Moon dreams; words and melody by 

Bennie Cantor [of U. S.], arr. by A. 

Schamberg [of U. S.] [1476 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525924; 

Arthur Schamberg, Pittsburgh. 

Moon madness ; melody by G. Casmay 

[of U.S.] [1477 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; E 528544; 
George Casmay, Baltimore. 

Moon of India ; fox-trot, words and 
music by M. A. McQuaid [of U. S.] 

[1478 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528541; 
Mary Agnes McQuaid, Los Angeles. 



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Moonbeams; words by L. Turner, mu- 
sic by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 

■ [1479 
© Dec. 5, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922 ; 
E 530468 ; Leona Turner, Chicago. 

Moonlight; by G. I. Tompkins [of 

U. S.] ; melody with piano ace. (Song 

without words, no. 1) [1480 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 528845; 

George I. Tompkins, Westport, Conn. 

Moonlight kisses (Les baisers) ; 
French words by Paul Cartoux and 
Jean Rodor, English words by Arthur 
A. Penn, music by Vincent Scotto [of 
U. S.] [1481 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 530570 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Moonlight memories ; words by E. H. 
Schafrik, music by John W. Newton 
[of U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y., Melody 
pub. corp. (Love series) [1482 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528816; E. H. Schafrik, Watertown, 
S. D. 

Moonlight valley ; words and melody 
by E. Clinton Keithley [of U. S.l 

[1483 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530464; 
McKinley music co., Chicago. 

Moonshine; a lunar fantasie in 3 acts, 
book by Franklin Herbert, lyrics and 
music by W. G. Werner [of U. S.l 

[1484 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; D 26241; 
William George Werner, Cincinnati. 

words by L. F. Young, music by 

Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [1485 
© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528698; Leo F. Young, Ft. Meyer, 
Va. 

MoosEhEart march ; by W. J. Genot 
[of Belgium, domiciled at New York], 
arr. by Herbert Bucher [of England, 
domiciled at New York] ; piano. [1486 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922; E 529160; 
Werner J. Genot, New York. 

Morning. See Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) 

Mother; words and music by Mrs. A. 
Wade [of U. S.], arr. by Oliver Chali- 
foux [of U. S.] Birmingham, Ala., 
Chalifoux. [1487 

© Dec. 10, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 525954; Mrs. Alex Wade, Birming- 
ham, Ala. 



words by G. G. Bentley, music by 

Marvin Westman [of U. S.] [1488 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529041; 
Glossie G. Bentley, Arlington, Vt. 

words by J. M. Ellison, music by 

Leo Friedman r of U. S.] [1489 

© Dec. 5, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530471 ; Jesse M. Ellison, Chicago. 

words by K. L. Cox, music by 

George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [1490 
© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528712; Katherine L. Cox, Pitts- 
burgh. 

Mother, daddy and ,mE; words by E. 
Maher, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[1491 
© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529087 ; Edwin Maher, Detroit. 

Mother dear; words by H. M. Thomas, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[1492 
© Jan. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922 ; 
E 528705 : Hattie Marx Thomas, Wal- 
nut Ridge, Ark. 

Mother dear I'm coming back to you ; 
words by B. King, melody by Geo. 
Morgan [of U. S.], arr. by W. Os- 
born Way [of U. S.] [1493 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; E 528799; 
Benjamin King, Brooklyn. 

Mother dear, I'm coming home; words 
by Mrs. R. Holcomb, music by A. 
Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Legters music co. [1494 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529107; Mrs. Robert Holcomb, 
Franklinville, N. Y. 

Mother-love ; words and melody by F. 
L. Bradley [of U. S.] 8vo. [1495 

© Jan. 9, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 530132; F. L. Bradley, Cincinnati. 

Mother Machree's lullaby-; words by 
Howard Johnson, melody by Frank 
Mullane and Ira Schuster [of U. S.], 
arr. by I. Schuster. [1496 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 528985; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

MothEr'n ME; words by Elizabeth H. 

Childs, music by H. A. Menge [of 

U. S.] [1497 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1922; E 528951; 

Harry August Menge, Montclair, N. J. 



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1515 



Mother o' mine; words and music by 
W. O. Martin [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Legters music co. [1498 

© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529071; Wilber O. Martin, New- 
port, Wash. 

Mother (The) of home; words by 
G. P. Walter, music by Carl Zerse [of 
U. S.] Saint Louis, Mo., Slatterly 
song studios. [1499 

© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525908; Geo. P. Walter, Brown- 
wood, Tex. 

Mother's (The) appeal; words by M. 

Croosby, music by David Reed [of 

U. S.] [1500 

© Jan. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 

E 529159; Maura Croosby, St. Louis. 

Mother's cottage home; words and 
music by D. Colvin [of U. S.] [Blue- 
print] [1501 
© Jan. 2, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528867 ; David Colvin, Wichita, Kan. 

Mother's hero to-be; words by K. 
Wascak, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [1502 

© Jan. 16, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922 ; 
E 528774; Katherine Wascak, Yonk- 
ers, N. Y. 
Mother's love; words by J. M. Young, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[1503 
© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529091 ; Jessie M. Young, Amarillo, 
Tex. 

Mother's (A) love; words by M. D. 
Hollis, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago,' Legters music 
co. [1504 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530249; Marie D. Hollis, Shreve- 
port, La. 

Mother's sweet lullaby ; words by 

O. R. Connors, melody by Jean Walz 

[of U. S.] [1505 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530164; 

Opal Rogers Connors, Rockford, 111. 

Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) Les noces 
de Figaro ; romance de cherubin de 
Mozart, arr. par Philippe Paquot [of 
France] ; clarinette si bemol ou saxo- 
phone, sarrussophone, bugle ou cornet 
et piano. [1506 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526672; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 



MullybErry tree ; chorus, words by Vir- 
ginia Frazer Boyle, music by John 
Barnes Wells, arr. by Howard Barlow 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. (G. 
Ricordi & co.'s collection of part-songs 
and choruses for mixed voices, no. 
214) [1507 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1922; 
E 530334 ; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. 

Murderous blues ; words and music by 
L. Smith, C. Johnson and W. Smith 
[of U. S.] ; instrumental, with words. 

[1508 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 528959; 
Lloyd Smith, Clarence Johnson and 
Warren Smith, Chicago. 

Music (The) box; by Homer C. Near- 
ing [of U. S.] ; piano, second grade. 
(Two easy piano pieces) [1509 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530058; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Musical (A) concoction ; melody in 
4 pts, by H. Owen [of U. S.] [1510 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; E 530085; 
Henry Owen, Brooklyn. 

Muskegon ; words by M. Carson, mel- 
ody by Max Norworth [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] [1511 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530549; 
Margaret Carson, Ba) r City, Mich. 

My Anna dear; words by F.' O. Riley, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[1512 
© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529109; Frederick Otto Riley, E. 
Las Vegas, N. M. 

My baby Rose; words by F. Gaarz, 
music by Marvin Westman [of U. S.] 

[1513 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529036; 
Fred Gaarz, Chicago. 

My best for Jesus ; words and music bv 
W. M. Runyan [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. [1514 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530521; William M. Runyan, 
Wichita, Kan. 

My Bohemian Rose; words by W. A. 
Duke, music by E. Hanson [of U. S.] 

[1515 
© Jan. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922 ; 
E 529007; Wm. A. Duke, Chicago. 



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1516 



pt. in, n. s.,v. 17 



My boy ; words by F. Bryant, music by 
A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Legters music co. [1516 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530274 ; Fred Bryant, Yonkers, N. Y. 

My Broadway girl; melody, by J. Bar- 

nett and C. Calvert [of U. S.] [1517 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530162; 

Jack Barnett and Charles Calvert, New 

York. 

My Carolina Rose; ballad, by R. K. 
Brown [of U. S.] ; orch. West New 
York, N. J. Brown & MacDonald. 4to. 

[1518 
© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528753; Richard K. Brown, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

My Cinderella gown ; words by G. W. 
Sherman, melody by Max Norworth 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.l 

[1519 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530184; 
George W. Sherman, Bellingham, 
Wash. 

My daily thought; words and melodv 
by L. Feingold [of U. S.] [1520 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922 ; E 525998 ; 
Lipa Feingold, Denver. 

My dream boy; words by A. W. Mac- 
Donald, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [1521 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17. 1922; 
E 528717; Agnes W. MacDonald, New 
York. 

My dream girl; fox-trot, words by Carl 
V. Herron, music by H. L. MaLette 
[of U. S.] [1522 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 528441; 
Harry Lathaniel MaLette, Springfield, 
Mass. 

words and melody by H. T. Schaff- 

ner [of U. S.], arr. by Bernard Lewis 
[of U. S.l [1523 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; E 530139: 
Henry Thomas Schaffner, Oakland, 
Calif. 

words by H. Cullaton, music bv 

George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 

- York, World music pub. corp. [1524 
© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528762; Harriet Cullaton, New 
York. 

My eidil is singing ; words by Joseph 
Campbell, music by Floy Little Bart- 



lett [of U.. S.l 1. Sop. or ten. 2. 
Mezzo-sop. or bar. [1525 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 18, 
1922; E 530345; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

My flag, no red without the white 
and blue; unison chorus, poem by 
Ernest E. Cole, music by W. Otto 
Miessner [of U. S.l (New beacon 
octavo, no. 608) [1526 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528926 : Silver, Burdett & co., Bos- 
ton. 

My future was nothing but drEa.ms; 

words and music by E. B. Orne [of 

U. S.l [1527 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 530234; 

Ernest Baker Orne, Portland, Me. 

My garden ; words by G. W. Sherman, 
melody by Max Norworth [pseud, of 
Ethel Fisher, of U. S.l [1528 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530183; 
George W. Sherman, Bellingham, 
Wash. 

My grace is sufficient for thee; 
words by Robert J. Paulson, music by 
Ffederall L[eel Whittlesey [of U. S.l 
8vo. [1529 

© Aug. 10, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530446 ; F. L. Whittlesey, Corry, Pa. 

My haven of rest ; words by E. W. 
W^estcott, music bv Billv Baskette [of 
U. S.], arr. by Arthur King [of U. S.l 

[1530 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 530152; 
Everett Wesley Westcott, Pittsburgh. 

My heart is a wireless station of 
love ; words and melody by C. E. 
Nickerson [of Canada, domiciled at 
Pittsfield, Me.l [1531 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530286; 
Converse E. Nickerson, Pittsfield, Me. 

My home in the land of dreams; 

words and music by H. A. Menge [of 

U. S.l [1532 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1922; E 528952; 

Harry August^ Menge, Montclair, N. J. 

My home town is a one horse town, 
but it's big enough "for mE; march- 
one step by Gerber and [Abnerl Silver, 
arr. by Lester Brockton [of U. S.] ; 
full band. 4to. [1533 

© Jan. 5, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 528615 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement! 



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1552 



My honey gal; words and music by 
C. Magee [of U. S.] [1534 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528580; 
Clarence Magee, Centerville, la. 

My Honolulu Lu ; words by Wm. Mc- 
Clure Melick, music by Marjohrie 
Williams [of U. S.] [1535 

© Dec. 17, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 525949 ; Keystone music co., Harris- 
burg, Pa. 

My Indiana dream ; lyric by J. R. Epps, 
music by Chas. A. Arthur [of U. S.] 

[1536 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 525947; James R. Epps, Claremont, 
Minn. 

My kEwpie doll; words by E. Berry, 
music by John W. Newton [of U. S.] 
Buffalo, N. Y., Melody pub. rm-T). 
(Popular series) [1537 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528820 ; Elnora Berry, Columbus, O. 

My little mother in HackEnsack ; 

words by . Charles McDonald, music 

by F. Guerrera [of U. S.] [1538 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 

E 528888 ; Frank Guerrera, Lawrence. 

My little sweetheart kissed me in 
.my dream ; words and music bv A. 
Marin [of U. S.] New York Citv, 
Frank Harding music house. [1539 
© Dec. 29, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 528721; Ajutor Marin, New York. 

My lonesome pal ; lyric and melody by 

A. H. and C. Anderson [of U. S.]"; 

1st violin ace. [1540 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 528892; 

Al. H. and Carl Anderson, Arthur, la. 

My lost love; words by Arthur Stie- 

britz, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [1541 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530297; 

Arthur J. Stiebritz, Medford, N. J. 

words by E. Kassemear, music bv 

Marvin Westman [of U. S.l [1542 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529040; 
Ethel Kassemear, Vicksburg, Miss. 

My Louisiana Jane; words by A. 
Jones, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[1543 
© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529073; Alvira Jones, Altus, Okl. 



My Louisiana Lou; words by F. A. 
Walker, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York,. World music 
pub. corp. [1544 

© Jan. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529150; Florence A. Walker. Hyde 
Pk., Mass. 

My love; words and melodv by C. M. 
Totten [of U. S.] " [1545 

© 1 c Jan. 21, 1922; E 528870; 
Camille Margrat Totten, San Fran- 
cisco. 

My mammy lullaby; words and music 
by F. Nichols [of U. S.] [1546 

© Jan. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922 ; 
E 529004; Frank Nichols, Chicago. 

My mother; chorus, words by Blanche 
S. Wogstaff, music by G. S. White, 
arr. by Howard Barlow [of U. S.] ; 
male voices. 4to. (G. Ricordi & 
co.'s collection of part-songs and 
choruses for men's voices, no. 218) 

[1547 
© Jan. 21. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 528938; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. 

My mother dear; words and music by 

B. Hochberger [of U. S.], arr. by 

EarlDiehl [of U. S.l [1548 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1922; E 528679; 

Bernard Hochberger, York, Pa. 

My own dear land ; words by E. How- 
ard, music by Leo Friedman' [of U. S 1 

[1549 
© Dec. 5, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530476 ; Eleanor Howard, Chicago. 

My Phi bet' girl ; words and music by 

Walter Kruse [of U. S.] 4to. [1550 

© Dec. 2, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 

E 528897 ; Phi beta pi fraternity, Iowa 

City, la. 

My sailor boy; words by F. Padwich 
and M. Blumen, music by Carl Fischer 
[of U. S.] [1551 

© Jan. 9, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 525940; Fred Padwich & Matthew 
Blumen, Kitchener, Canada. 

My sunshine girl in the heart oe 
THE paradise world; words by E. 
Crance, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music 
co. [1552 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530256 ; Edward Crance, Alta, Can-, 
ada. 



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My Susquehanna home; words by 

T. M. Montgomery, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1553 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528577; 

Thos. M. Montgomery, Cloe, Pa. 

My SwanEE home; words and music by 
S. B. Greene [of U. S.], arr. by Wil- 
liam Conrad Polla [of U. S.] [1554 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 528862; 
Sallie Bernice Greene, New York. 

My sweet collEEn ; words by J. R. 
Jones, music by Ben Tillson [of U. S.] 
Oklahoma City, Okl., Ben Tillson mu- 
sic pub. co. Standard popular edition. 

[1555 
© Jan. 2, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 530199; Tillson and Jones, Okla- 
homa City. 

My swEET dream girl ; lyrics and mel- 
ody by H. A. Rodger [of U. S.] 
Andover, Mass., Rodger music pub. co. 

[1556 
© Jan. 9, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 525942 ; Harry A. Rodger, Andover, 
Mass. 

My swEET RosinELLa ; words and music 
by F. L. Ventre [of U. S.] [1557 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1922; E 530596; 
Frank L. Ventre, Washington. 

My sweetheart; by J. M. Chamberlain 

[of U. S,]; piano. [1558 

© Apr. 5, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1921 ; 

E 528718; John M. Chamberlain, Salt 

Lake City. 

My sweetheart, my baby and I ; words 
by E. M. Offutt, music by A. Leopold 
Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters 
music co. [1559 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529070; Edith M. Offutt, Los An- 
geles. 

My treasures; words by A. Reaves, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[1560 
© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529102; Alice Reaves, Alanreed, 
Tex. 

My wish ; words by G. E. Rogers, mu- 
sic by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [1561 
© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 529013; Gladys E. Rogers, Los 
Angeles. 



My wonder girl ; words by R. C. Smith, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[1562 
© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528772 ; Raymond C. Smith, Weston, 
W. Va. 

Myra ; words and melody by Walter 

Smith [of U. S.l [1563 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; E 528638; 
Hazel Huff, San Francisco. 

MyrtlE; words by J. M. Grant, music 
by David Reed [of U. S.] New York, 
Bell music studios. [1564 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 530642; J. Myrtle Grant, Lake 
Charles, La. 

Nanny (Edouard) Vingt etudes de vir- 
tuosite ; difficulte transcendante par E. 
Nanny [of France] ; contrebasse a 4 
et 5 cordes. (Enseignement complet 
de la contrebasse) [1565 

© Nov. 28, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526709; Alphonse Leduc et cie.„ 
Paris. 

Napoli and you ; words and music by 
M. Cassano [of U. S.], arr. by August 
Damm. [1566 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 530137; Michael Cassano, Rockland, 
Mass. 

Narcissus; by J. M. Baldwin [of U. S.] 
op. 67, no. 2 ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay State music co. (An old-fashioned 
garden, six pieces, no. 3) [1567 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530411 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Nature and love; words by T. E. Pow- 
ell, music by George Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
co. [1568 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 529024; T. E. Powell, Ebbro Vale, 
England. 

Neapolitan waltz; by S. Cardillo [of 

Italy, domiciled at Brooklyn, N. Y.] ; 

■ piano. [1569 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1922; E 530597; 

Salvatore Cardillo, Brooklyn. 

Near the mountain side; song of Jap- 
anese nightingale trail, words by Frank 
Okada, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[1570 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530247 ; Frank Okada, Denver. 



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1589 



Neath a weeping willow tree; words 

by C. E. Depenbrock, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1571 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530308; 

C. E. Depenbrock, Houston. 

N£gus; fox trot, de Alfredo Barbirolli 

[of Italy] ; orch. avec piano conduc- 

teur. 4to. [1572 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 

E 526906; Heugel, Paris. 

Never despair (Nil desperandum) ; the 
angels' song, words and music by J. 
Harkness [of U. S.], arr. by Mary E. 
A'ernon. Camden, N. J., Friant music 
co. [1573 

© Dec. 10, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1921 ; 
E 528536 ; James Harkness, Camden, 
N. J. 

Never returned ; words by R. Santille, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[1574 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530278; Rapphael Santille, Pontiac, 
R. I. 

New York pictures (Tableaux New- 
Yorkais) ; by Rene Chansarel [of 
France] ; piano. Contents : 1. Exotic 
cradle song. — 2. Down in China town. — • 
3. Hindoo jugglers. [1575 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526736; E. Demets, Paris. 

New York state, you're the best 
state AFTER all ; words by P. G. Brad- 
ley, music bv E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [1576 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530299; 
P. G. Bradley, Avon, N. Y. 

Nielsen (Carl) Tyve folkelige melo- 
dier ; compiled by C. Nielsen [of Den- 
mark] 4to. [1577 
© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526857; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Night may have its sadness ; from A 
to Z, words bv Collie Knox, music bv 
Ivor Novello "[of England] [1578 

© Nov. 5, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526795 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd.,. London. 

Night-owl blues ; words and melodv bv 

C. F. Bowman [of U. S.] [1579 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; E 528640; 

Charles Frederick Bowman, West Ho- 

boken, N. J. 

2528—22 5 



Night (The) watch blues; words by 
R. Warren, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1580 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530295; 
Richard Warren, Portsmouth, Va. 

Ninna-nanna; coro, poesia di Guido 
Pinelli, musica di Renato Brogi [of 
Italy] ; 2 voci. 4to. (Tre piccoli cori) 

[1581 

© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 1 c. Dec. 28, 1921 ; 

E 526316; A. Forlivesi & c, Florence. 

Nitric-acid; rag, bv Edward Hudson 

[of U. S.]; piano." [1582 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 

E 530460; Stark music co., St. Louis. 

No import a; danza, bv C. Torres [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [1583 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1922; E 525875; 

Celso Torres, Camp Humphreys, Va. 

No one ; words and music by Ben 

Schwartz [of U. S.] [1584 

© Jan. 8, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 

E 528595 ; Ben Schwartz music co., 

inc., New York. 

No one but you ; words by R. Skelton, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[1585 
© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529125 ; Rubv Skelton, Little Rock, 
Ark. 

No ONE CAN TAKE MY MOTHER' S PLACE; 

words bv G. Derr, melody by J. F. 
Roberts [of U. S.] [1586 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922 ; . E 528601 ; 
Grace Derr, Centralia, Kan. 

No one To love me ; words by M. Ringle, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[1587 
© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525983 ; Mollie Ringle, South River, 
N. J. 

No other but you; words by C. M. 

Gay, music by Leo Friedman [of 

U. S.1 [1588 

© Nov. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 

E 530482; Cora M. Gay, Chicago. 

No use mo'nin'; words and music by 

M. A. L. Sengstak [of U. S.] [1589 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 530147; Martha Amy Lockwood 

Sengstak, Daytona, Fla. 



Noces (Les) de Ftgaro. 
(Wolfgang Amadeus) 



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Nocturne: See Suite pour flute et 
piano. 

Noel ; par G. Palicot, transcription par 
Felix Fourdrain [of France] ; piano, 
violon et violoncelle, contrebasse ad 
lib. avec piano-conducteur. 4to. [1590 
© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526658; L. Grus et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcription] 

Normal hymn; words by Normal Dan- 
iel Arant, music by Perry Burton 
Arant [of U. S.] 4to. [1591 

© Dec. 27, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 530544; Oregon Normal School, 
Monmouth, Or. 

NOS HEROIQUES DlABLES BLEUS J pas 

redouble, par A. Courtade [of France] ; 
fanfare de trompettes avec clairons et 
tambours. Partition. 4to. [1592 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526654 ; Evette & Schaeffer, Paris. 

Nothin' but you; words by W. H. 
Wright, music by Richard W. Hunt 
and W. H. Wright [of U. S.] [1593 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; E 528645; 
William Henry Wright, Springfield, 
Mass. 

Notturno d'amor ; Italian words by 
S. F., adapted to R. Drigo's Millions 
d'Arlequin, arr. by A. Cibelli [of 
U. S.] [1594 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530354; 
Alfredo Cibelli, New York. 

NOW DAWNING GLOWS THE DAY ; short 

Easter anthem, words and music by 
J. Stuart Archer [of Great Britain] ; 
mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. [1595 
© Jan. 12, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526864; W. Paxton & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

NOW I KNOW WHAT MOTHER MEANS ; 

words by M. F. Quigley, music by 
John F. Ryan [of U. S.] [1596 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528562; 
Mary F. Quigley, Philadelphia. 

NOW I LAY ME DOWN TO SLEEP - , words 

by H. Strobeck, music by Norrie 
Bernard [of U. S.] New York, Lenox 
co. [1597 

© Dec. 27, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525895 ; Harriet Strobeck, Carthage, 
N. Y. 

Now I'm goin' away ; lyrics and music 
by S. Morgan [of U. S.] [Philadel- 
phia], Sam Morgan, Fred Bauers and 
John W. Iacampo. [1598 



© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922 ; 
E 530365 ; Sam Morgan, Philadelphia. 

NOW IS THE MONTH OE MAYING; four- 

part song, music by Thomas Morley, 
arr. by Victor Harris [of U. S.] ; 
women's voices. 4to. (Four-part- 
songs for women's voices) [1599 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1922; 
E 530102; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Now the day is over ; vesper song, 
words by S. Baring-Gould, music by 
Nathaniel Irving Hyatt [of U. S.] 
op. 35, no. 1 ; medium voice. [1600 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1922; 
E 530176; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

NuiT d'automne (Autumn night); 
poesie de Henri de Regnier, English 
version by Rosa Newmarch [of Eng- 
land], musique de Albert Roussel, op. 
8, no. 2; voix moyennes. [1601 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526715; Rouart, Lerolle & cie., Pa- 
ris. [Copyright is claimed on edition 
with English version] 

Nymphs and eauns; by S. Athana- 
sius [of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, 
Mass., Bay State music co. (Four 
miniatures, no. 2) [1602 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530386 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

O HELLO, ISVBELLE, HELLO ; fox trot, 
words by C. J. Sova, music by Norrie 
Bernard [of U. S.] New York, Lenox 
co. [1603 

© Nov. 17, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 528634; Charles J. Sova, New York. 

O love of mine! from Marjolaine, words 

by Brian Hooker, music by Hugo 

Felix [of U. S.] [1604, 

© Tan. 23, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 

E 528987; Harms, inc., New York. 

O most high ; anthem, text Biblical, 
music by L. Camilieri [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices, organ or piano ace. 4to. 
(Anthem for mixed voices) [1605 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 525935; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

O nebulous mist (Sur ce fleuve un 
brouillard) ; from Olga's song cycle, 
poem by Th. Sologoub, English tr. by 
Mary Ellis Opdycke, French tr. and 
music by Lazare Saminsky [of Russia, 
domiciled at New York] op. 18, no. 2. 

[1606 



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1623 



© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528738; Composers' music corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
newly revised and French and English 
translations] 

'O ritratto; versi di Alfredo Melina, 
musica di Vincenzo De Crescenzo [of 
Italy, domiciled at New York] ; mand. 
ace. 4to. [1607 

© Nov, 15, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528683; Casa editrice Napoli, New 
York. 

O robin, little robin ; words anon., 
music by Frances McCollin [of U. S.] 
1. Sop. or ten/ — 2. Mezzo-sop. or bar. 

[1608 

© Jan. 12, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 24, 

1922; E 528957; Arthur P. Schmidt 

co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement] 

O what a wonderful day ; words by 
Herbert G. Tovev, music by A. W. 
McKee [of U. S.] [1609 

© Jan. 13, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 530217; Arthur W. McKee, Brad- 
ford, Mass. 

ObErEk. See Suite polonaise. 

OdelETTE; paroles de Henri de Regnier, 
English version by Rosa Newmarch 
[of England], musique de Albert Rous- 
sel, op. 8, no. 4; voix moyennes. [1610 
© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526716 ; Rouart, Lerolle & cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on edition with 
English version] 

OeerandE. See Haudebert (Lucien) 
Quatre chants spirituels. 

Oh ! ain't it funny ? words by O. Brault, 

melody by Max Norworth [pseud, of 

Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [1611 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530190; 

Oscar Brault, Two Rivers, Wis. 

Oh! boy. a picnic for two; words and 
music by J. A. Schlachter [of U. S.] 

[1612 
© Jan. 14. 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922 ; 
E 530200; Jos. A. Schlachter, N. S. 
Pittsburgh. 

Oh ! boy, that hula hula; lyric by Ray 

W. Lockard, music by Edward Riley 

[of U. S.] [1613 

© Dec. 10, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 

E 525955 ; Riley & co., Des Moines. 

Oh ! boy, 'tis great to own a car ; 
song and march, words and music by 
J. Gabriel and A. Luck [of U. S.] 
Philadelphia, Gabriel music co. [1614 



© Jan. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922 ; 
E 528785 ; Jacob Gabriel, Philadelphia. 

Oh, fanciullEzza ; coro, poesiadi Guido 
Pirelli, musica di Renato Brogi [of 
Italy] ; 2 voci. 4to. (Tre piccoli cori) 

[1615 

© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 1-c. Dec. 28, 1921 ; 

E 526317; A. Forlivesi & c, Florence. 

Oh! Georgie; say that you are mine, 
words by J. B. Weppler, music by 
W. N. Hamcke [of U. S.] Brooklyn, 
N. Y., J. B. Weppler. [1616 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528884; W. N. Hamcke, Brooklyn. 

Oh, hast thou heard? See Mendels- 
sohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Ludwig Felix) 

Oh ! how glad I don't know which 
one ; words by R. L. Greenwood, music 
by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.l 
Chicago, Legters music co. [1617 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530257; Ralph L. Greenwood, Mon- 
ticello, Ark. 

Oh, how I miss you, mammy; words 

bv G. D. Martin, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1618 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528561; 

George D. Martin, Lockland, O. 

Oh, Louise! words by F. X. Menz, 
music by John W. Newton [of U. S.] 
Buffalo, N. Y., Melody pub. corp. 
(Popular series) [1619 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528821 ; Francis X. Menz, Millville, 
N. J. 

Oh, Maria ; words by E. Pallo, music 
by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.l 
Chicago, Legters music co. [1620 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530275; Elizabeth Pallo, Wood- 
lawn, Pa. 

Oh moonshine blues; words by O. 
Rigoni, melody by Max Norworth 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] * 

[1621 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530555; 
Orlando Rigoni, Lofgreen, Utah. 

Oh my but isn't she handsome, oh 
my but isn't he handsome; lyric and 
music by W. C. Traher [of Canada] 

[1622 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530338; 
Wilfjed Charles Traher, London, Can- 
ada. 

Oh Ouija ; words by W. A. Kropf, mu- 
sic by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
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© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525976; Weslev A. Kropf, New 
York. 

Oh, say it again dear, and wet it 
with your lips ; words by H. G. 
Shaw-Hay, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1624 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530312; 
H. Gittens Shaw-Hay, New York. 

Oh ship o' memory ; words by H. G. 
Anderson, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [1625 

© Jan. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. Jaa. 17, 1922 ; 
E 528702; Harry G. Anderson, Have- 
lock, Neb. 

Oh take me back where the honey- 
suckles bloom ; words by R. Hughes, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.l Chicago, Legters music co. 

[1626 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529095; Rosa Hughes, Seymour, 
Tex. 

Oh teacher, teacher, let me do the 
teaching awhile; words by Guy 
Stoddard, music by Dick Quayle [of 
U. S.l [1627 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530462 ; Stark music co., St. Louis. 

OisEau (L') bleu; fox-trot, tire de la 
chanson, par Harold de Bozi [of 
France] ; piano. [1628 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526738; Louis Aerts, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Old eashioned girl in a gingham 

gown ; words and music by Al Jolson 

[of U. S.] [1629 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 

E 530079; Richmond-Robbins, inc., 

• New York. 

— arr. by W. C. Polla 

[pseud, of W. C. Powell, of U. S.] ; 
orch. 4to. [1630 

© Jan. 6, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922 ; 
E 528689; Richmond-Robbins, inc., 
New York. 

Old (An) fashioned maid; words by 
W. B. Stafford, music by M. B. Shil- 
ling [of U. S.], arr. by Robert Cary 
Stearns [of U. S.] [1631 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1922; E 530441; 
W. Barnard Stafford and Mary Byng 
Shilling, Washington. 



Old (The) home nEst; words by J. M. 
Hand, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[1632 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530252 ; Jennie M. Hand, Syracuse, 
N. Y. 

Old pal of mine; words and music by 
F. C. Huston [of U. S.] Indianapolis, 
Ind., Frank C. Huston co. Library 
edition. [1633 

© Jan. 7, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 530566 ; Frank C. Huston, Indian- 
apolis. 

Old style minuet; by E. Sochting [of 
Germany] op. 178, no. 10; piano. 
(Golden hour at the piano) [1634 

© Dec. 13, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1921 ; 
E 528671; Theo. Presser co.. Phila- 
delphia. 

OlE; one-step, by C. O. Simms [of 
U. S.] ; piano and melody. [1635 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 530580; 
Chas. Oliver Simms, New York. 

Omar Khayyam was a wonderful 
man but he hasn't got a thing on 
ME; words and music by D. D. Wyman 
[of U. S.] [1636 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1922; E 528696; 
Dorothy Deene Wyman, Wenatchee, 
Wash. 

On a Cambridge chime. See Pearce 
(Charles W.) Two pieces in con- 
trasted styles for small hands. 

On that south bound Pullman 
train ; words by C. O'Hargan, music 
by J. W. Newton [of U. S.] [1637 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 528969; 
John W. Newton and Cornelius 
O'Hargan, Buffalo. 

On the banks of the old Missouri ; 

words bv C. L. Brown, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] . [1638 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528585; 

C. L. Brown, Sioux City, la. 

On the banks of the river Ohio; 

words by A. G. Whitford, music bv 

Marvin Westman [of U. S.] [1639 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529031; 

Alan G. Whitford, Chicago. 

On the banks of the Wabash, far 
away ; words and music by Paul 
Dresser [of U. S.] Revised edition. 

[1640 

© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922; 
E 530591 ; Richmond-Robbins, inc., 
New York. 



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On the border line; words by Mrs. 
J. P. Lathrop, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [1641 

© Jan. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922 ; 
E 528703; Mrs. J. P. Lathrop, Ashe- 
ville, N. C. 

On the checker board oe life; words 

by A. F. Pangle, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1642 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528559; 

A. F. Pangle, Pratt, Kans. 

On the 'Gin 'Gin 'Ginny shore; words 
by Edgar Leslie, music by Walter 
Donaldson [of U. S.] [1643 

© Jan. 13, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 528650 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

On the lake (Sur le lac) ; intermezzo, 
by Geo. F. Tomlinson [of England] ; 
piano. [1644 

© Dec. 23, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526775; Bosworth & co., ltd., 
London. 

Once in awhile; words by P. Pape, 
music by Rav Hibbeler [of U. S.] 

[1645 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; E 528647; 
Paul Pape, Chicago. 

Once in a-while won't you think of 

me? words and music by A. Hardy 

[of U. S.] [1646 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; E 528786; 

Albert Hardy, Elyria, O. 

OnE astray; words by Kentuckian, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[1647 
© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529068; Pernie Taylor, Scotts- 
ville, Ky. 

One little word ; words and melody by 
R. C. Bates [of U. S.] [1648 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; E 528794; 
Robert Charles Bates, Chicago. 

One of the sweet old chapters ; words 
by E. P. Marvin, cho. by J. M. G., 
music by G. C. Latchaw [of U. S.] 

[1649 

© July 8, 1920 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922 ; 

E 530216; Guy C. Latchaw, Chicago. 

One sweet smile; words by Charles 

Jordan, music by Jack Stanley [of 

U. S.l [1650 

© Jan. 22, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 

E 528966 ; S. C. Caine, inc., New York. 



One wink, that's all; fox-trot, words 
by Pall-Mali, music by Louis Raphael 
[pseud, of L. N. Guilbault, of U. S.] 
Lowell, Mass., Guilbault library. [ 1651 
© Jan. 12, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530336 ; Louis Napoleon Guilbault, 
Lowell. 

Only a beggar of love; lyric by Ted 

Christian, music by D. Shriber [of 

U. S.] [1652 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; E 530223; 

Don Shriber, Denver. 

Only a bunch of violets ; words by 
M. G. Hawley, music bv Marvin West- 
man [of U. S.] [1653 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529029; 
Marie G. Hawley, Nassau, N. Y. 

Only a memory; words by J. R. Stev- 
ens, music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[1654 
© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529092; J. Ruth Stevens, Port- 
land, Or. 

OOLA, QUEEN OF THE SOUTH SEA ISLE; 

words by J. Petosa, music by Marvin 
Westman [of U. S.] [1655 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529042; 
Josephine Petosa, Chicago. 

Orchestral training ; a systematic and 
progressive course of study in the 
technics of instruments, etc., interme- 
diate grade, written and compiled bv 
Mortimer Wilson [of U. S.] [1656 
© Jan. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528840; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Oriental love ; fox-trot, by Louis Roche 
[of France] ; small orch. with piano. 
4to. [1657 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526891; Riviera-edition, Nice, 
France. 

Oriental nights ; fox, trot ou shimmy, 
de Henri Vermont [of France] ; piano. 

[1658 
© Dec. 14, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526700; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Orientals; by Nicolas Amani, trans, by 
H. Clough-Leighter [of U.'S.] ; organ. 
(For the organ, second series) [1659 
© Dec. 23, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922 ; 
E 525937; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcription] 

Orphans of the storm ; the two 
orphans song, words and music bv 
Eugene West [of U. S.] [166*0 



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© Jan. 21, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528865 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Our bower of love at twilight ; lyrics 
by Lucius Sylvester Smith, melody by 
E. L. Mason [of U. S.], arr. by Louis 
S. Hooper [of U. S.] [1661 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; E 528801; 
Edwin Lewis Mason, New York. 

Our girls oE to-day; words and music 
by M. Rolland [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Legters music co. [1662 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529086; Martin Rolland, Fertile, 
Minn. 

Our .mother; words by Martha Hays 
Day, music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[1663 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530264; Mrs. M. L. Blevens, Okla- 
homa City, Okl. 

Our song-bird of light — C aruso; 
words by J. O'Donoghue, music by 
Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [1664 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525973; Julia O'Donoghue, Phila- 
delphia. 

Our Town ; words by P. Siver, music 
by John W. Newton [of U. S-l 
Buffalo, N. Y.. Melody pub. corp. 
(Popular series) [1665 

© Jan. 6, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922 ; 
E 528828; Pearl Siver, Watertown, 
N. Y. 

OuvErture. See Enfant (L') prodigue. 

Over-crowded (The) Mississippi ; words 
by L. L. Brinkmeier, music by Geo. 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [1666 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528706; Leo. L. Brinkmeier, Tria- 
delphia, W. Va. 

Over the snow ; waltz, by August 
Nolck [of Germany] op. 197, no. 1 ; 
pf. (4 compositions, no. 1) [1667 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 528916; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Over the top; march, by E[dmund] B. 
Jenks [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [1668 
© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1922; 
E 530435 ; Mediant music co., Whit- 
ney Point, N. Y. 



Overcoming power; words and music 
by W. M. Runyan [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. [1669 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530538 ; William M. Runyan, Wich- 
ita, Kan. 

Overture on negro themes; by James 
P. Dunn [of U. S.] ; organ, obi. 8vo. 
(Organ music, no. 5009) [1670 

© Dec. 31. 1921; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 528555; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Pal ; words and music by A. Scham- 
berg [of U. S.] [1671 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525929; 
Arthur Schamberg, Pittsburgh. 

Pal o' mine; words by A. Mechler, mu- 
sic by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Legters music co. [1672 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529103 ; August Mechler, Cincinnati. 

Pal o' my heart; words and music by 
L. G.'Hoffman [of U. S.] [1673 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; E 530341; 
Lester Geo. Hoffman, Buffalo. 

Pal of mine; words by W. Ficker, mu- 
sic by Edwards Duffell [of U. S.] 
New York, Frank Harding's music 
house. [1674 

© Nov. 2, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 530031; William Ficker, New Or- 
leans. 

Pal of my dreams; words and music 
by R. Engel [of U. S.] [1675 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525910; 
Roy Engel, Chicago. 

words by W. A. Dittrich, music by 

Norrie Bernard [of U. S.] New 
York, Lenox co. [1676 

© Dec. 27, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 528636; William A. Dittrich, Gar- 
field, N. J. 

Pale roses. See Mas son (Robert) 
Two songs. 

PalmgrEn (Selim) Intermezzo; by S. 
Palmgren [of Finland, domiciled at 
Brooklvn] op. 75, no. 2 ; piano. 

[1677 
© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 528964; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

Parisiola ; fox-trot, by Gerber and [Ab- 
ner] Silver, arr. by Lester Brockton 
[of U. S.] ; full band. 4to. [1678 



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1698 



© Jan. 5, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 528616; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Parleme luna; versi di R. Autunno, 

musica di G. M. Faustino [of Italy] 

4to. [1679 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 530206 ; P. Eliseo & son, New York. 

Parrot's (The) proverb; or, Things 
will take a turn, words and music by 
H. M. Archibald [of U. S.] [1680 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 530116; Hazel M. Archibald, New 
York. 

Pas de deux ; de Paul Fauchey, arr. par 
F. Salabert [of France] ; orch. avec 
piano conducteur. 4to. (Celebre col- 
lection des succes, no. 344) [1681 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526894; Francis Salabert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Paso doble-bolero ; par Jose Sentis [of 
Spain] ; piano. [1682 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7. 1922; 
E 526746; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Past and future; words by E. Lake, 

melodv by Max Norworth [pseud, of 

Ethef Fisher, of U. S.] [1683 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530556; 

Earnest Lake, Pocatello, Id. 

Pavane pour une infante defunte; 
de Maurice Ravel, trans, par A. Seutin 
[of France] ; grand orgue. [1684 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526719; E. Demets, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on transcription] 

Pays de revE; shimmy et fox-trot, par 
Maurice Yvain [of France] 1. Orch. 
avec piano conducteur. 4to. — 2. Piano. 
' [1685, 1686 
© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. each Jan. 11, 
1922; E 526645, 526696; Francis Sala- 
bert, Paris. 

Peace ; fox trot song, words and music 
by C. Pehoushek [of U. S.] ; piano. 
Minneapolis. Minn., North star music 
pub. co. [1687 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530082; Chas. Pehoushek, Minne- 
apolis. 

march, by S. Becker [of U. S.] ; 

piano. [1688 

© 1 c. Jan. 11. 1922; E 530126; 
Samuel Becker, Minneapolis. 



Peace be stiee ; words and music by 
W. M. Runyan [of U. S.] ; male voices. 

[1689 
© Tan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530530; William M. Runyan, 
Wichita, Kan. 

Peace conference march; by Dave 
Ringle [of U. S.], arr. by George F. 
Briegel [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [1690 
© Jan. 10, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 528607 ; Triangle music pub. co., 
New York. 

Peace song ; words and music by F. D. 

Gardner [of U. S.] [1691 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525992; 

Felicita De Bernard Gardner, New 

York. 

Pe.arce (Charles W.) Two pieces in 
contrasted stvles for small hands ; by 
C. W. Pearce [of England] ; pf. Con- 
tents : set 1. Air; varied, after Jona- 
than Battishill. — 2. Stately dance, set 2. 
Courante ; after Jonathan Battishill. — 2. 
On a Cambridge chime. [1692, 1693 
© Tan. 17. 1922; 1 c. each Jan. 21, 
1922 ;*E 526843, 526844; Jamesons (St. 
Brides) ltd., London. 

Peasants (The) (Los gibaros) ; song 
of Puerto Rico, arr. and tr. by B. W. 
Reed [of U. S.] Puerto Rican and 
English texts. [1694 

© Dec. 21, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1921 ; 
E 525999; Byron W. Reed, Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement 
and translation] 

Penitent (The) thief; English words 
adjusted by Winfred Douglas [of 
U. S.], music by A. Kastalsky ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Church music review 
no. 644) [1695 

© Jan. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528843 ; H. W.Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on adaptation] 

Pensee fugitive; par Marie Bossu [of 
France] ; piano. [1696 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526690; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Petfy ; words by F. Klawan, music by 

Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 

World music pub. corp. [1697 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 

E 525981 ; Frank Klawan. Baltimore. 

Petit canon ; par F. de la Tombelle [of 

France] ; piano. (Des apres-midi sous 

les arbres, no. 11) [1698 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 526765 ; Costallat et cie., Paris. 



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Petite marche; par F. de la Tombelle 

[of France]; piano. (Des apres-midi 

sous les arbres, no. 2) [1699 

© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922 ; 

E 526756 ; Costallat et cie., Paris. 

Petite serenade; by Gustave Klemm 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay State music co. (Suite modern, 
no. 3) [1700 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 530416; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Petite valse caprice; by S. Becker [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Character sketches) 

[1701 
© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 528493 ; Samuel Becker, Minneap- 
olis. 

Philosophy ; words anon., music by 
E. F. Jores [of U. S.l [1702 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; E 530098; 
Ernest Franz Jores, Brooklyn. 

Pianto NELL* ombra ; serenata, poesia di 
Guido Pinelli, musica di Renato Brogi 
[of Italy] 1. Sop. o ten., in re. 2. 
Mezzo-sop. o bar, in si. [1703, 1704 
© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 1 c. each Dec. 28, 
1921; E 526314, 526315; A. Forlivesi 
e c, Florence. 

Pickaninny sandman ; waltz, words 
by George La Verne, melody by L. 
Wickdahl [of U. S.] [1705 

© 1 c. Dec. 27, 1921; E 525669; 
Lillian Wickdahl and Geo. La Verne, 
Bellevue, Wash. 

Pidgie pantiE; waltz, words and music 

bv Manazucca [pseud, of Augusta 

Zuckermann, of U. S.] [1706 

© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922 ; 

E 530561; Brohman co., New York. 

Pierrot; rondo, by John Porter [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., Bay 
State music co. (Boyhood's dreams, 
six easy novelettes, no. 5) [1707 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530377 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

■ words by Sara Teasdale, music by 

Homer Samuels [of U. S.] [1708 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1922; 
E 530335 ; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. 

Piper (The) of love; words by J. 

Anthony McDonald, music by Molly 

Carew [of Great Britain] [1709 

© Jan. 12, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 

E 526824 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

1 



Pippa's song. See Ames (John C.) 
Two short songs. 

Plainte (La) See Levenson (Boris) 
Six pieces for the pianoforte. 

PeEasE don't take my mamma away; 

words by M. Nestor, music bv E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1710 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530309; 

M. Nestor, Pittsburgh. 

Please don't tickle me, babe; words 
and music bv Q. R. Snowden [of 
U. S.1 [1711 

© Jan. 9, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528691 ; Q. Roscoe Snowden, New 
York. 

Please don't you worry dear ; words 
by Dick Adams [i. e. Richard Milton 
Adams], music by Bill Romney [i. e. 
W. L. Romney, of U. S.] [1712 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922; E 530601; 
Wilford Lawrence Romney, New 
Haven. 

Polish mazurka ; by A. Sartorio [of 
Germany] ; piano, four hands. 
(Dances from many lands) [1713 

© Dec. 24, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1931 ; 
E 530110; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Polly, put the kettle ox ; a musical 
comedy in two acts, by R. Crocker, 
L. V. Edwards and H. Miller, music 
by R. Crocker [of U. S-l [1714 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; D 26229; 
Ray Crocker, L. V. Edwards and 
Howard Miller, Berkeley, Calif. 

Pollywogs (The) at play; from 
orchestral sui^e, Scenes pastorale, by 
Geo. J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; full orch. 

[1715 
© May 28, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 528611; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Poor little me; words and music by 
Benny Davis [of U. S.] [1716 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530177; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Poppy (The) fields op our own ; words 
and music by C. Kaufman [of U. S.] 

[1717 
© Jan.. 23, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530455 ; Chas. Kaufman, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Porta voce (II) Sec Lina. 

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1735 



Poupee (La) articulee ; petite marche 
caracteristique, par Manuel Infante, 
orch. par Julien Porret [of France] ; 
orch. avec piano-conducteur. 4to. 

[1718 

© Dec. 14, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 

E 526661; Evette & Schaeffer, Paris. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Praise the Lord, O my soul; anthem, 
words from Psalms 65, 66, 103, music 
by Karl Markworth [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices, organ ace. (G. S. 8vo. choruses, 
no. 6957) [1719 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530053; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Prayer ; words by James Montgomery, 
■ music by F. L. Fellers [of U. S.l [1720 
© Jan. 13, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 530214 ; Foss L. Fellers, Chicago. 

Premier (Le) tango; souvenir, de P. 

Erlas [of Italy] ; pf. [1721 

© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 1 c. Dec. 28, 1921 ; 

E 526312; A. Forlivesi e c, Florence. 

Premiers chants magiques dans le 
mode myste; poesies et melodies irisees 
par Fidel Amy-Sage [pseud, of A. E. 
Sage, of France] avec une etude sur 
l'esoterisme de la musurgie. Contents : 
1. La magie du barde. — 2. L'incanta- 
tion du barde.— 3. La harpe du barde. — 
4. Le songe du barde. — 5. La prome- 
nade du barde. — 6. La puissance du 
barde. [1722 

© Julv 1, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526838; Alfred Emile Sage, Bry- 
sur-Marne, France. 

Pres d'un rerceau ; de Georges de 
Sevnes [of France] ; violon et piano. 

[1723 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526917; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Pretty and gay; one step, no. 1, by 

M. J. Saxon [of Jugo-Slavia, domiciled 

at New York] ; banjo solo. [1724 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 528450; 

Michael John Saxon, New York. 

Pretty Kitty, I love you ; words by 
W. Kozumbo, music bv E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [U. S.] [1725 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530307; 
Walter Kozumbo, Kaskai, Pa. 

Pretty mamma, we must part; words 
bv J. R. Davidson, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.l [1726 
© Dec. 5, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530470 ; Jesse R. Davidson, Chicago. 



PrierE. See Haudebert (Lucien) Quatre 
chants spirituels. 

PrierE d'amour; valse boston, de Henri 
Vermont [of France] [1727 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526695 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Prince (The) of peace; Christmas 
carol, words by P. R. Woodfolk, music 
by W. Alphonso Johnston [of U. S.] ; 
solo and mixed voices. [1728 

© Dec. 23, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1922 ; 
E 530337; Parilee Ridley Woodfolk, 
Chicago. 

'words by Mrs. Frank A. Breck, 

music bv R. L. Stuckey [of U. S.] 

[1729 
© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 528538 ; Anthony J. Showalter, Dal- 
ton, Ga. 

Prohibition (A) episode; John Barley- 
corn's funeral, by Morris Aborn [of 
U. S.] ; orch. with piano conductor. 
4to. (Cinema inc. series, no. 27) [1730 
© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 530197; Belwin, inc., New York. 

Promenade (La) du barde. See Pre- 
miers chants magiques dans le mode 
nwste. 

Prophecy ; text Biblical, arr. by G. T. 

Wheeler, music by Genevieve Thomas 

Wheeler [of U. S.] [1731 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525995; 

Jno. H. Wheeler, Kansas City, Mo. 

Proud MaisiE; words by Walter Scott, 
music by George F. Boyle [of Great 
Britain, domiciled at Baltimore] [1732 
© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528740 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

ProvencalE; par F. de la Tombelle [of 

France] ; piano. (Des apres-midi sous 

les arbres, no. 5) [1733 

© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 7. 1922 ; 

E 526759; Costallat et cie., Paris. 

Puissance (La) du barde. See Pre- 
miers chants magiques dans le mode 
myste. 

Pure love; words and music by L. A. 
Lanpher [of U. S.] [1734 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528604; 
L. A. Lanpher, Marathon, N. Y. 

Puritan maidens ; school song for girls, 

words by Marie Irish, music by J. H. 

Garster [of U. S.] [1735 

© Dec. 15, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 

E 528912; Paine pub. co., Dayton, O. 



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1736 



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Putt, putt, putt; words and music by 

F. Hatch [of U. S.], arr. by Dave 

Kaplan [of U. S.] [1736 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529063; 

Frank Hatch, New York. 

Quel diable! rondo, par R. Ch. Martin 
[of France] op. 95, no. 1 ; piano. 

[1737 
© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526730; Durand et cie., Paris. 

Quing quong ; frog song fox-trot, words 
and melody by A. C. Campbell [of 
U. S.], arr. by W. Astor Morgan [of 
U. S.] [1738 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 528437; 
A. C. Campbell, New York. 

Raggedy blues ; words by E. Walne, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 

[1739 
© Dec. 5, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530473 ; Eloise Walne, Chicago. 

Rainbow (The) ; march, by R. Larsh 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [1740 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 525958 ; Ralph Larsh, Chicago. 

Rainy (A) day; by Hazel Gertrude 
Kinscella [of U. S.] ; piano. (Ten 
tiny tunes) [1741 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528882; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Raise her from the cradle; words by 
W. J. Mercer, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [1742 

© Jan. 25. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 529011; Wendall J. Mercer, Nor- 
man, Okl. 

Ratson Jack rag ; by A. Pearine [of 
U. S.]; piano. [1743 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922; E 529162; 
A. Pearine, Toledo, O. 

Ready made; musical revue in 2 acts 
and 6 scenes, lyrics by G. R. Henry 
and Lois Smith, music by Gerald F. 
Warburg, Gerald Reynolds and Emer- 
son McMillin [of U. S.] and J. Straus. 

[1744 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; D 26246; 
Grace R. Henry, New York. 

Red-capped (The) elves. See Corner 
(A) in faerie. 

Red-head ; words and music by A. 
Schamberg [of U. S.] [1745 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525926; 
Arthur Schamberg, Pittsburgh. 



Red head blues ; one-step, words and 
music by L. Walker [of U. S.] Fort 
Worth, Tex., Worth syndicate. [1746 
© Dec. 28, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 525897; Loretta Walker, Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

Red-white waltz (Cerveno-bily) ; by 
E. Dorazil [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. 

[1747 
© Dec. 28, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1921'; 
E 528900; Edward Dorazil, Chicago. 

Reflect the Christ; words by Ella 
May Davis, music by Chas. H. Gabriel 
[of U. S.] [1748 

© Jan. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 23. 1922 ; 
E m 528941 ; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Rejoice the Lord is King ; words by 

Charles Wesley, music by W. C. Coffin 

[of U. S.] [1749 

© Jan. 13, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 530213; Warren C. Coffin, Chicago. 

Remember; words by M. Cubitt, music 

by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.J 

Chicago, Legters music co. [1750 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 

E 530244; M. Cubitt, Portland, Or. 

Rem em b 'ring Eyes ; I know you will 
remember, words and music by Mac- 
kenzie-Murdoch [of Scotland] Lon- 
don, Swift's music publishers. [1751 
© Jan. 6, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526845 ; H. F. Swift, London. 

Reminding ; waltz, words and music by 
J. Vargas and C. Torres [of U. S.] 

[1752 
© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1922; E 525874; 
Joseph Vargas and Celso Torres, 
Camp Humphreys, Va. 

Reminiscence (A) ; march, by Ellie 
Hamilton McNiel [of U. S..] ; piano. 

[1753 
© Jan. 9, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530081 ; E, H. McNiel, Macon, Ga. 

Request (The) ; words by J. C. Gilson, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[1754 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 

E 529149 ; J. C. Gilson, Oakland, Calif. 

Return ; words and music by J. B. 
Parkinson [of U. S.] * [1755 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530447; 
Jane Bradford Parkinson, Wichita. 



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1775 



Ride on in majesty ; song for Palm 
Sunday, words by H. H. Milman, mu- 
sic by John W. Thomas [of U. S.] I 
in F, with violin obbl. ad lib. (Festal 
songs, no. 2) [1756 

© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1922 ; 
E 530288;. Robin Ellis, Ridgefield 
Park, N. J. 

Rigaudon ; no. 2 de Ninon de Lenclos 
de Louis Maingueneau, trans, de H. 
Mouton [of France] ; orch. avec piarto 
conducteur. 4to. [1757 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526909; Heugel, Paris. [Copyright 
is claimed on transcription] 

Ring out ye bells ; words and music by 
F. Heagle [of U. S.] [1758 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530033; Florence Heagle, Johns- 
town, N. Y. 

RinglEr's rosebud; words by E. L. Ring- 

ler, music by Marvin Westman [of 

U. S.] [1759 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922 ; E 529053 ; E. L. 

Ringler, Daytona Beach, Fla. 

Rio nights ; waltz, words by Elmer Vin- 
cent, music by Fisher Thompson [of 
U. S.] [1760 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 
525914; A. J. Stasnv music co., New 
York. 

River of dreams; from Marjolaine, 

words by Brian Hooker, music by 

Hugo Felix [of U. S.] [1761 

© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922 ; 

E 528989; Harms, inc., New York. 

Robin redbreast; by Archie A. Mumma 
[of U. S.] ; pf. (Six bird songs) 

[1762 
© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1922; 
E 530349 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Rock-a-byE baby ; words and music by 
A. D. Allen [of U. S.] [1763 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530494; A. 
Dorsey Allen, Indianapolis. 

ROCK-A-BYE WAS MOTHER'S LULLABY ; 

words and music bv M. S. Levine [of 
U. S.] [1764 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; E 528789; 

Morton S. Levine, Baltimore. 

Rock and rye; words by C. R. Smith, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [1765 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528579; 

Chester Roy Smith, Speltersville, Ind. 



Roll on silvery moon ; words and mu- 
sic by F. Fisher [of U. S.] [1766 
© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1922 ; 
E 528948; Fred Fisher, inc., New 
York. 

Romance; by A. C. Lentz [of U. S.l 
op. 26; violoncello and piano. [1767 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; E 530196; Au- 
gust Carl Lentz, Hoboken, N. J. 

by H. Gobetz [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[1768 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1922; E 530372; 
Henry Gobetz, Brooklyn. 

Romance is calling; from the Golden 
moth, words by P. G. Wodehouse, 
music by Ivor Novello [of England] 

[1769 
© Nov. 29, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526791 ; Ascheberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Romany lovE; fox-trot, melody by J. S. 
Zamecnik [of U. S.] [1770 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922 ; E 530503 ; Sam 
Fox pub. co., Cleveland. 

Romany (The) road; lyric by Sydney 
H. Rothschild, music by Stanley Dick- 
son [of Great Britain] ; in B minor. 

[1771 
© Jan. 3, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 526797 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

RomanzETTa; by E. Sochting [of Ger- 
many] op. 178, no. 1 ; piano. (Golden 
hour at the piano) [1772 

© Dec. 13, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1921 ; 
E 528662 ; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Ronde EnFantinE; by Paul Lacombe [of 

France] ; piano. [1773 

© Jan. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922 ; 

E 528963 ; Composers' music corp., 

New York. 

Rondo capriccioso; by Arnoldo Sarto- 
rio [of Germanv] op. 1267 ; piano. 

[1774 
© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 530330 ; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Rosary (The) you gave to me; lyric 
by Andrew B. Sterling and Edward P. 
Moran, music by H. Von Tilzer [of 
U. S.] ; medium voice, in G. [1775 

© Jan. 7, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525996; Harry Von Tilzer music 
pub. co., New York. 



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1776 



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Rose-bud; words and melody by G. D. 

Hennessy [of U. S.] [1776 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1922; E 528955; 

George Dewey Hennessy, Hanford, 

Calif. 

Rose (The) girl; selection, by Anselm 
Goetzl, arr. by M. L. Lake [of U. S.l ; 
full orch. [1777 

© May 24, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 528610; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Roses ; waltz song, words and music by 

C. Leont [of U. S.l, arr. by May 

Mullini. [1778 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; E 530077; 

Charles Leont, Chicago. 

Ros marine; by S. Athanasius [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., Bay 
State music co. (Four miniatures, 
no. 4) [1779 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 530388 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Rosy cheeks ; song fox trot, words by 
Mitchell Parish and Eleanor Young, 
music by Harry D. Squires [of Great 
Britainl [1780 

© Jan. 19, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1922 ; 
E 526850 ; Lawrence Wright music co., 
London. 

Roussel (Albert) Douze melodies; 
paroles de divers auteurs, traduction 
anglaise de Rosa Newmarch [of Eng- 
land], musique de A. Roussel, op. 3, 
no. 1. Textes francais et anglais. 

[1781 
© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526737; Rouart, Lerolle & cie., Pa- 
ris. [Copyright is claimed on English 
translation] 

Royal (The) nuptials. See Cin- 
derella. 

Russian dance. See Levenson (Boris) 
Six pieces for the pianoforte. 

Rusty ; words and music by F. Proven- 
zano [of U. S.] New York, Lenox co. 

[1782 
© Dec. 19, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525893 ; Frank Provenzano, Brook- 
lyn. 

Ruth, a daughter of Moab; cantata, 
text by Lewis S. Jones, music by 
Isaac Andrew, arr. by Nellie Evans 
Packard [of U. S.] ; women's voices. 
4to. [1783 



© Jan. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 528954; C. C. Birchard & co., Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

Sailing the seven seas; words by 
John P. Harrington, music by Lilian 
Ray [of Great Britain] [1784 

© Dec. 29, 1921 ; 1 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 
E 526867; W. Paxton & co., ltd., 
London. 

Sam and his saxophone band; words 
by O. E. Carlson, music by George 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [1785 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528759; Oscar E. Carlson, Tacoma, 
Wash. 

Saxd dunes and sea ; words by John 
R. Moreland, music by Clarence 
Bawden [of U. S.] (Two songs, 
no. 2) [1786 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1922; 
E 525967; Edward Schuberth & co., 
New York. 

Santa Claus is coming; words by 

Marie Irish, music by J. H. Garster 

[of U. S.l [1787 

© Dec. 15, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 

E 528913 ; Paine pub. co., Dayton, O. 

Sarabande ; no. 1 de Ninon de Lenclos 
de Louis Maingueneau, trans, de H. 
Mouton [of France] ; orch. avec piano 
conducteur. 4to. [1788 

© Dec. 31. 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526905 ; Heugel, Paris. [Copyright 
is claimed on transcription] 

Saxon's banjo studies ; how to play 
music by notes in three lessons, arr. 
by M. J. Saxon [of Jugo-Slavia, domi- 
ciled at New York] ; banjo lesson, 
no. 1. [1789 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1922; E 528751; 
Michael John Saxon, New York. 

Say it with kisses if you love me; 
words and music by Bernie Grossman, 
Bobby Jones and Billy Frisch [of 
U. S.] [1790 

© Jan v 12, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 528675 ; Hitland music co., New 
York. 

Say kind words ; words by A. M. Kent, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[1791 
© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 529019; Alice Maud Kent, Kings 
Lynn, England. 



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1809 



Say — Persianna — say ; Oriental song 
and fox trot, lyric by Jack Glogau, 
music by Willy White [of U. S.l 

[1792 
© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1922; 
E 530356; Fred Fisher, inc., New 
York. 

Scena campagnuola ; by Gottfried H. 
Federlein [of U. S.] ; organ, obi. 8vo. 
(Organ music, no. 4423) [1793 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. *12, 1922; 
E 528551; J. Fischer & bro.. New 
York. 

Scene; d' amour ; de la pantomime Scara- 
mouche, par Jean Sibelius, op. 71, ed. 
and rev. by Julia A. Burt [of U. S.] ; 
piano. (Wilhelm Hansen edition, no. 
1958) [1794 

© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526852; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing and revision] 

Scherzo. See Suite pour flute et piano. 

Schmitt (Florent) Hymne ; pour la 
fete d'Ari'stote ou de la philosophic an- 
cienne, texte de J. B. Foucart, musique 
de F. Schmitt [of France] op. 71; no. 
2; choeur mixte a capella. 4to. (Trois 
chants en l'honneur d'Auguste Comte, 
no. 2) [1795 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526650; Durand & cie., Paris. 

Schubert (Franz Peter) See Blossom 
time. 

ScHULE DER GELAUFIGKEIT (The School 

of velocity) ; sechzig besondere uebun- 
gen zur ausbildung der linken hand, 
von Hans Sitt [of Germany] op. 135 ; 
violine. Heft 1-3. [1796-1798 

© Dec. 23, 1921; 1 c. each Jan. 6, 
1922; E 526875-526877; Otto Forberg, 
Leipzig. 

Sea love ; words by Charlotte Mew, mu- 
sic by Cyril Jenkins [of Great Britain] 
(Curwen edition, no. 2250) [1799 

© Dec. 15, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 526778; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Sea pieces. See MacDowell (Edward 
Alexander) 

Search for the lost; words anon., mu- 
sic by H. A. Hammontree [of U. S.] 

[1800 
© Jan. 13, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
. E 530210 ; Homer A. Hammontree, 
Chicago. 



Secrets ; words by A. F. Rose, music by 

Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 

World music pub. corp. [1801 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 

E 525987 ; A. F. Rose, Boston. 

words by M. B. Hill, music by A. 

Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Legters music co. [1802 

© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529114; Mvrtle Beatrice Hill, Ham- 
ilton, Tex. 

Sengstak (Martha Amy Lockwood) 
Waltz; by M. A. L. Sengstak [of 
U. S.], arr. by Christopher O'Hare 
[of U. S.] ; orch. with piano. 4to. 

[1803 
© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 530145; Martha Amy Lockwood 
Sengstak, Daytona, Fla. 

Senora ; from Red pepper, lyric by How- 
ard E. Rogers, music by Albert Gum- 
ble [of U. S.l, arr. by J. Dell Lampe 
[of U.S.] [1804 

' © Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 530653; Jerome H. Remick & co.. 
New York. 

Senortta ; Mexican novelty fox trot, 
words and melodv bv K. Helmold and 
P. Goldfarb [of U. S.l [1805 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 530151; 
Karl Helmold, Brooklvn, and Phil 
Goldfarb, New York. 

Serenade; by M. A. L. Sengstak [of 
U. S.l, arr. bv Christopher O'Hare 
[of U. S.l ; orch. 4to. [1806 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan.' 11, 1922; 
E 530142; Martha Amy Lockwood 
Sengstak, Daytona, Fla. 

von W. Teral, arr. von Fritz und 

Hugo Kreisler [alien authors, Fritz 
Kreisler, domiciled at New York] ; vio- 
line, cello und klavier. [1807 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 528904; Carl 
Fischer, New York. 



See also Suite pour flute et 



piano. 



Serenade favorite 
Italy] ; orch. 4to. 



par R. Drigo [of 
(Heimdal, no. 74) 
[1808 
© Dec. 20, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922: 



E 526860 
hagen. 



Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 



SerEnata; par I. Sadun [of Italy] ; vio- 
lon, violoncelle et contrebasse et piano. 

. [1809 
© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526741 ; E. Gaudet, Paris. 



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1810 



pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



Sextet from Lucia. See Donizetti 
(Gaetano) 

Shack (The) at the foot of the hill; 
words by A. L. Mihan, music by J. F. 
Roberts [of U. S.] New York, World 
music pub. corp. [1810 

© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528781 ; Anna L. Mihan, Woodman, 
Col. 

Shadow (The) in my dream; waltz 
ballad, English and French lyric by 
Ora Prefontaine, music by G. G. Goy- 
ett [of U. S.l [1811 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1922; E 530321; 
Gladys Gertrude Goyett, Worcester, 
Mass. 

Shadow timf memories ; words by L. E. 
and C. L. Halverson, music by A. Leo- 
pold Richardson [of U. S.] Chicago. 
Legters music co. [1812 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529085 ; L. E. and C. L. Halverson, 
Bruce, S. D. 

Shadowland; intermezzo, by J. M. 
Baldwin [of U. S.] op. 66 ; piano. 
Lawrence, Mass., Bav State music co. 

[1813 
© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 530389 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

SHE IS SLEEP WG BY THE COT ON THF. 

river LEE; words by N. S. Fitz- 
patrick and G. V. Sutton, music bv 
Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [1814 

© Dec. 19, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1921 ; 
E 528539; Nona S. Fitzpatrick and 
George V. Sutton, Champaign, 111. 

She is SWEETER than sugar; words by 
J. J. Schneider, jr., music by George 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [1815 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528709; John J. Schneider, jr., In- 
dianapolis. 

She just smiles and you arF happy 
again ; words by P. Cole, music by 
A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Legters music co. [1816 
© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529088; Porter Cole, Detroit. 

She tantalizes me* words by R. S. 
Frensdorf, music by Marvin Westman 
[of U. S.] [1817 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529033; 
Raymond S. Frensdorf, Deepwater, 
Mo. 



Shepherdess (The) ; words by Alice 
Meynell, music by Greville Cooke [of 
Englandl [1818 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526810; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Shepherd's (The) pipe. See Corner 
(A) in faerie. 

Shepherd's pipes; by E. Sochting [of 
Germany] op. 178, no. 2; piano. 
(Golden hour at the piano) [1819 

© Dec. 13, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1921 ; 
E 528663; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Shepherd's (A) song; part-song, words 
by Christopher Marlowe, music by 
Harvey B. Gaul [of U. S.l ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Part-songs for mixed 
voices, new series, no. 2) [1820 

© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922 ; 
E 528976; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

ShimeE queen; melody, by G. Casmay 

[of U. S.] [1821 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; E 528545; 
George Casmay, Baltimore. 

Shm,my doll ; shimmy et fox-trot, par 
Maurice Yvain [of France] ; piano. 

[1822 
© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526751; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Shrine waltz song; lyric by Oliver O. 

Work and Ray W. Lockard, music by 

Edward Riley [of U. S.] [1823 

© Dec. 17, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 

E 525950 ; Riley & co., Des Moines. 

Shuffle along; selection, by Sissle and 
Blake, arr. by Lester Brockton [of 
U. S.] ; full orch. [1824 

© Sept. 15, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 528622; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

St t'alluntane a NapulE; versi di 
Pasquale L. Esposito, musica di Vin- 
cenzo De Crescenzo [of Italy, domi- 
ciled at New York] ; mand. ace. 4to. 

[1825 
© Nov. 15, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528684; Casa editrice Napoli, New 
York. 

Side-slips ; fox-trot, by A. Smith [of 
Germany] ; piano. London, Cecil 
Lennox & co. [1826 

© July 6, 1921; 1 c. Aug. 31, 1921; 
E 526879; A. Smith, Antwerp, Bel- 
gium. 



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1846 



Silver wings ; words by L. Jedlicka, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[1827 
© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528710 ; Louis Jedlicka, Long Island 
City, N. Y. 

SlXCE HER TRESSES CAUGHT THE SNOW: 

words by N. A. King, music by Mar- 
vin Westman [of U. S.] [1828 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529050; 
Nancy Ann King, Tucson, Ariz. 

Since I said yes to Jesus ; wbrds by 

W. P. Haxel, music by Mrs. W. N. 

Sowle [of U. S.] 4to. [1829 

© Jan. 7, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 

E 530087; William P. Haxel, Balti- 



Sinding (Christian) Suite; by C. 
Sinding, op. 10, ed. and fingered by 
Louis Svecenski [of U. S.] ; violin and 
piano, in A minor. (Schirmer's li- 
brary of musical classics, v. 1446) 

[1830 
© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 530131; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing and fingering] 

Sing hey eor love. Sec A n c 1 i ff e 
(Charles) Three vocal valses. 

Sing me a song ; words by Mrs. H. W. 
Stoner, music by George Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [1831 

© Jan. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922 ; 
E 529027; Mrs. H. W. Stoner, Tren- 
ton, N. J. 

Sing me the song ; words by S. M. 
Doroschuk, music by Fred West [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. ' • [1832 

© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528783; S. M. Doroschuk, Eden, 
Canada. 

Sing unto Him ; duet, words by G. H. 
Fletcher, music by A. Leopold Rich- 
ard [of U. S.] ; sop. and ten. Chicago, 
Legters music co. [1833 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529079; Geo. H. Fletcher, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

Sirenetta (La) e il PESCE turchino; 
di Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco [of It- 
aly] ; pf. [1834 
© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 1 c. Dec. 28, 1921 ; 
E 526313 ; A. Forlivesi e c, Florence. 



SiTT (Hans) Vierzig spezial etuden 
(Forty special studies) ; in den ersten 
fiinf lagen, von H. Sitt [of Germany] 
op. 134; violine. Heft 1, 2. 

[1835, 1836 
© Dec. 23, 1921 ; 1 c. each Jan. 6, 
1922; E 526873, 526874; Otto For- 
berg, Leipzig. 

Skip dance; by Elliot Griffis [of U. S.] 
op. 15, no. 2; piano. (C. M. C. educa- 
tional library, series 1, no. 17 : Ten 
little stories, no. 2) [1837 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 530236 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

Skj^rgards-viser ; tekst af Vilhelm 
Krag, musik af T-ohan Halvorsen [of 
Norway] bk. 1, 2. [1838, 1839 

© Nov. 8, 1921 ; 1 c. each Jan. 21, 
1922 ;• E 526836, 526837 ; Norsk musik- 
forlag, Christiania. 

Slavonic romance ; by S. Becker [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Character sketches) 

[1840 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 528494 ; Samuel Becker, Minneapolis. 

Sleep calmly and sweetly, ye brave; 
words by Mrs. W. L. Carpenter, mel- 
ody by Max Norworth [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] [1841 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530550; 
Mrs. W. L. Carpenter, Granby, Vt. 

Sleeplessly dreaming ; words by F. P. 
Calabro, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[1842 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530269; Frank P. Calabro, Boston, 
Mass. 

Slumber song ; by Hazel Gertrude Kin- 
scella [of U. S.] ; piano. (Ten tiny 
tunes) [1843 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528883; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Smile and the world smiles with 

you ; words by H. Mann, music by 

Marvin Westman [of U. S.] [1844 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529032; 

Harley Mann, Merlin, Canada. 

Smile at me; words and music by B. B. 
Westerhoff [of U. S.] [1845 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530564; 
Ben B. Westerhoff, Ottumwa, la. 

Smiles and tears; romanza, by T. P. 
Ryder, op. 72, rev. by H. L. Harts [of 
U. SJ ; piano. Revised edition. [1846 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 528942; White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision] 

Smiling Irish eyes; waltz song, words 

and music by Frank Jos. Albrecht and 

Louis Wm. Maguire [of U. S.] [1847 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 528890; 

Frank Albrecht, Brooklyn. 

Smoke-rings; from The blue kitten, 

words bv Otto Harbach, music by 

Rudolf Friml [of U. S.] [1848 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 528726 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

SnookiE; fox trot, bv J. R. Dve [of 
U. S.] ; piano. " [1849 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1922; E 528953; 
J. Robert Dye, Brooklyn. 

Snow flurries; by E. Sochting [of Ger- 
many] op. 178, no. 5; piano. (Golden 
hour at the piano) [1850 

© Dec. 13, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1921 ; 
E 528666; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Snowball; lyrics by Fred H. Rose, 
music by E. Glucksman [of U. S.] 

[1851 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; E 530202; 
Erwin Glucksman, Buffalo. 

So making peace ; words by R. L. Blatch- 

ley, music by Marvin Westman [of 

U. S.] [1852 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922: E 529030; 

Rose L. Blatchley, Washington. 

Soet the music sounds. See Beethoven 
(Ludwig van) 

Sogno amoroso. See Lina. 

Soldiers' (The) bonus song; words by 
G. H. Hoffman, melody by Max Nor- 
worth [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

[1853 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530191; 
Geo. H. Hoffman, St. Louis. 

Solemn prelude; by Elliot Griffis [of 
U. S.l op. 15, no. 1; piano. (C. M. 
C. educational library, series 1. no. 
16: Ten little stories, no. 1) [1854 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 530237 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

Sollege scolairE; 500 morceaux varies, 
coll. de Maurice Chevais [of France] ; 
a une voix, deux voix et chants d'ecole, 
avec directions iiedagogiques. Edition 
1922. 4to. [1855 



© Oct. 20, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922 ; 
E 526885 ; Alphonse Leduc et cie., 
Paris. 

Soliloque du cheminEau; de Paul 
Fauchey, arr. par F. Salabert [of 
France] ; orch. avec piano conducteur. 
4to. (Celebre collection des succes, 
no. 329) [1856 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526899; Francis Salabert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Solitude. See Haudebert (Lucien) 
Quatr.e chants spirituels. 

Some day I'll call you mine; waltz 
melody, by N. E. Dybvik [of U. S."|, 
arr. by Earl Gibson [of U. S.] [1857 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1922; E 530582; 
Norman E. Dybvik, Thief River Falls, 
Minn. 

Some day you'll care for me; words 
and music by W. A. Molonev [of 
U. S.] "[1858 

© Alar. 17, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528866; Walter A. Moloney, Al- 
toona, Pa. 

Some one; words by C. Williams, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] [1859 

© Dec. 5, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530478 ; Chas. Williams, Chicago. 

Some place — somewhere. — t here's 
someone; words by R. S. Streeter, 
melody by Raymond A. Browne [of 
U. S.] [1860 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530453; 
Rose Sherry Streeter, Albion, Neb. 

Somebody's sweetie; words by Jay H. 

Morton, melody by Harold Goldstein 

[of U. S.] [1861 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530290; 

Jos. H. Motenko, Chicago. 

Someone (The) who came between ; 
words by C. H. Copeland, music by 
Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [1862 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528704; Cora H. Copeland, So. 
Bend, Ind. 

Somewhere somebody's waiting; words 
bv E. Saccenti, music by John W. 
Newton [of U. S.] Buffalo, N.'Y., 
Melody pub. corp. (Classic series) 

[1863 
© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528817; Elizabeth Saccenti, Spring- 
field, 111. 



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no. 2, 1922 



1887 



Somewhere — sometime ; words by 

Dorothy Dickinson, music by Ivy St. 

Helier [of Great Britain] [1864 

© Jan. 12. 1922; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 

E 526826 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Somewhere the moon is shining; 

words by Leona M. Ennis, music bv 

Marvin Westman [of U. S.] [1865 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529045; 

Mrs. Fred Ennis, Newfield, N. Y. 

Sommeil; de Paul Jeanjean [of France] ; 

solo de violoncelle avec ace. de piano 

et de quatuor. [1866 

© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922 ; 

E 526740 ; E. Gaudet, Paris. 

SonatinE; par Jean Sibelius, op. 80, ed. 
and rev. by Julia A. Burt [of U. S.] ; 
violon et piano, mi majeur. (Wilhelm 
Hansen edition, no. 2143) [1867 

© Dec. 21, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526854; Wilhelm Hansen Copen- 
hagen. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing and revision] 

Song (The) I shall sing to you; 
words by Dale Noland, music by A. 
Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Legters music co. [1868 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529121 ; A. D. Noland, Kouts, Ind. 

Song (The) oe autumn; by J. J. Bell 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [1869 

© Jan. 5, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1922 ; 

E 530340 ; James J. Bell, Kansas City, 

Mo. 

Song (The) of battle; words by Man- 
rice Bell, music by Herbert Ferrers 
[of England] ; four men's voices. 

[1870 
© 1 c. Oct. 11, 1921; E 526878; 
Arion glee union, Nelson, England. 

Song oe India ; fox-trot song, words by 
Wilson and Brennan, music by N. 
Rimsky-Korsakoff [of U. S., ace. by 
Domenico Savino, of U. S.] [1871 

© Jan. 23, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 528958; Edward B. # Marks music 
co., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on words and piano accompaniment] 

Song oe Lambda chi ; waltz, words and 
music by C. Stevenson [of U. S.] 

[1872 

© Dec. 10, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922 ; 

E 525965 ; Carlyle Stevenson, Chicago. 

Song (The) oe the brook; by Maurice 

Baron [of U. S.] ; orch. with piano 

2528—22 6 



conductor. (Belwin concert edition, 
no. 66) [1873 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 525969 ; Belwin, inc., New York. 

Song (The) of triumph ; Easter solo, 
words by Edith R. Wilson, music by 
Joseph Fletcher [of U. S.] ; high voice, 
in F. (Festal songs, no. 1) [1874 

© Jan. 9, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530051 ; Robin Ellis, Ridgefield Park, 
N. J. 

Song (The) on the wind; by Katha- 
rine E. Lucke [of U. S.] ; piano. [1875 
© Jan. 21, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 528891 ; Schroeder & Gunther, New 
York. 

Soxg without words ; by G. I. Tomp- 
kins [of U. S.] ; melodv, with piano 
ace. no. 10, 12-17. [1876-1882 

© 1 c. each Jan. 21, 1922; E 528854, 
528856-528861; George I. Tompkins, 
Westport, Conn. 

Songe d'une nuit dete. See Mendels- 
sohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Ludwig Felix) 

Songe (Le) du barde. See Premiers 
chants magiques dans le mode myste. 

Songe irisE; valse-intermezzo, par F. 
Ansseill [of France] ; quintette a 
cordes, parties separees, avec piano 
conducteur. 4to. [1883 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526641 ; E. Gaudet, Paris. 

Songs of the Phi sigma kappa; coll., 
words by Frank P. Rand, Oscar W. 
Worm, jr., Herbert L. Brown and 
others, music by L. W. Joy, H. L. 
Brown, Ernest S. Golden, Geo. C. 
Turner and others [of U. S.] 4to. 

[1884 
© Dec. 17, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 525968; Phi sigma kappa fraternity, 
Amherst, Mass. 

Soothing ; words and music by Ted Fio- 
rito and Eddie Storman [of U. S.] 

[1885 
© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 528651 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Sounds at twilight; valse intermezzo, 
by Alice Morse Glover [of U. S.] ; 
piano. Boston, Mass., W. B. Hasev 
& co. [1886 

© Tan. 7, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530052 ; W. B. Hasey, Boston. 

Sounds from the abbey ; by J. M. Bald- 
win [of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, 
Mass., Bay State music co. [1887 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 530415 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Southern dream song ; poem by E. 

Leischner, melody by Raymond A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [1888 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525905; 

Edmond Leischner, Miles City, Mont. 

Spanish dance; by August Nolcke [of 
Germany] op. 197, no. 3 ; pf. (4 com- 
positions, no. 3) [1889 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 528918; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Spanish (A) serenade; song by Wil- 
liam Reddick [of U. S.] ; high or 
medium voice. [1890 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528839 ; J. Fischer & bro. New York. 

Sparkling eyes ; by Leighton Diggs [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., Bay 
State music co. (Young artist's reper- 
toire, six melodious pieces, no. 5) 

[1891 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530396; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Spiritoso. See Grave. 

Spooning time; by E. McKnight [of 

U. S.], arr. by Oscar John [of U. S.l ; 

piano ace. [1892 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525993; 

Eddie McKnight, Atlantic City. 

Spring song ; by M. A. L. Sengstak [of 
U. S.], arr. by Christopher O'Hare 
[of U. S.] ; orch. with piano ace. 4to. 
1. Evening.— 2. Morning. [1893, 1894 
© Dec. 22, 1921; 2 c. each Jan. 11, 
1922; E 530143, 530144; Martha Amy 
Lockwood Sengstak, Daytona, Fla. 

• morning, by M. A. L. Sengstak [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [1895 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 530146; Martha Amy Lockwood 
Sengstak, Daytona, Fla. 

Spring time ; words and music by E. I. 
Rvan [of U. S.], arr. by W. A. Metz- 
ne'r [of U. S.] New York, World 
music pub. corp. [1896 

© Jan. 16, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922 ; 
E 528782; Ethel I. Ryan, Dayton, O. 

Spring's awakening; valse de salon, by 
Theo. H. H. Verhey [of U. S.] ; piano. 
Lawrence, Mass., Bay State music co. 
(Drawing room pieces for recreation 
and amusement, second series) [1897 



© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 530398; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Springtime; words by P. A. Otto, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1898 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528587; 
Paul A. Otto, Sonora, Tex. 

Stam.morE tuie sincero; words and mu- 
sic by A. Falco [of U. S.] [1899 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530317; 
Angelo Falco, New York. 

Stately dance. See Pearce (Charles 
W.) Two pieces in contrasted styles 
for small hands. 

Stay stay at home; words by M. Klott, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[1900 
© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528716; Margaret Klott, Brewster, 
N. Y. 

Step with pep; words by S. C. Koff, 
melody by Sidney C. Koff and Frank 
Grasso [of U. S.], arr. by Chas. M. 
Smith [of U. S.] [1901 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530168; 
A. Lincoln Krohn, New York. 

Still her flowers I will gather; 
words by G. Lustek, music by A. 
Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Legters music co. [1902 

© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529116; Gus Lustek, Livingston, 111. 

Still my sweetheart; words by F. 
Dwiggins, music by John W. Newton 
[of U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y., Melody 
pub. corp. (Home series) [1903 

© Jan. 5, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 19. 1922 ; 
E 528823; Florence Dwiggins, St. 
Louis. 

Storm (The) ; words by Ralph Scham- 

berg, music by A. Schamberg [of 

U. S,] [1904 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525920; 

Arthur Schamberg, Pittsburgh. 

StornElli ; duetto, versi di Antonio Bar- 

bieri, musica di Francesco Pennino [of 

U. S.] ; mand. ace. 4to. [1905 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 

E 528632 ; James B. Russo, Brooklyn. 

Strange mask ; characteristic shimmy, 
by Joe Roe [of France] ; piano. [1906 
© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526688 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 



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no. 2, 1922 



1924 



Strut your stuff; from Red pepper, 
lyric by Howard E. Rogers, music by 
Albert Gumble [of U. S.], arr. by J. 
Dell Lampe [of U. S.] [1907 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan 31, 1922; 
E 530654; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Suite. See Tschaikowsky (Peter II- 
jitch) 

Suite En re ; par Milandre, harmonisee 
par Alexandre Beon [of France] ; 
viole d'amour et clavecin, ou alto et 
piano. Contents : Largo. — Menuet. — ■ 
Allegro. [1908 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526754; Costallat & cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on harmonisa- 
tion] 

Suite polonaise; par Joseph Szulc [of 
France]; piano. Contents: 1. Kra- 
kowiak. — 2. Chant p o 1 o n a i s . — 3. 
Oberek.— 4. Mazurka. [1909 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526701 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Suite pour flute et piano; par Noel 
Gallon [of France] Contents : 1. Sere- 
nade. — 2. Scherzo. — 3. Nocturne. — 4. 
Danse. [1910 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11. 1922; 
E 526711; Louis Rouhier, Paris. 

Suite tyrolienne; by S. Di Stefano 
[of U. S.], arr. by Morris Aborn [of 
U. S.] ; orch. with piano conductor. 
(Belwin concert edition, no. 67) 
Contents: 1. In the forest.— 2. At the 
inn. — 3. Wooden shoe dance. [1911 
© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19. 1922; 
E 530342 ; Belwin, inc., New York. 

Sum.mer (A) morning; by Ralph 
Kinder [of U. S.] : organ, obi. 8vo. 
(Organ music, no. 5074) [1912 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 ,c. Tan. 12, 1922; 
E 528550; J. Fischer & bra, New 
York. 

Sum,mer zephyr ; idylle, by Eduard 
Hoist, rev. by H. L. Harts [of U. S.] : 
piano. (Day dreams, no. 4) Revised 
edition. [1913 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 528943 ; White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision] 

Sun (The) is sure to shine; words 
by N. Fernald, music by A. Leopold 
Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters 
music co. • [1914 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529093; Nellie Fernald, Ayer, Mass. 



Sunbeams' (The) tournament; unison 
chorus, words by Jessie S. Miner, mu- 
sic by Richard Kountz [of U. S-] ; 
treble voices. 4to. [1915 

© Jan. 21, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528796 ; Volkwein bros., Pittsburgh. 

Sunday beue eaw blues ; words by J. D. 
Clark, music by Geo. Trevor [of U. S.] 

[1916 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529051; 
Jos. D. Clark, Ft. Morgan, Col. 

Sundown ; poem and music by L. P. 

Hampar [of U. S.] [1917 

© Dec. 10, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922 ; 

E 525963; Leah P. Hampar, Chicago. 

Sunset and stars ; words by J. Walker, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Legters music co. [1918 

© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529096; John Walker, Montclair, 
N. J. 

Sunshine; valse hesitation, de Jack 
Rymer [of France] ; piano. [1919 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526687 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Sunshine land; words by F. L. Scha- 

bert, music bv E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [1920 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528582; 

F. L. Schabert. St. Paul. 

Suoxno d'oro ; duetto, parole e musica 

di E. Albano [of Italy, domiciled at 

New York] [1921 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1922; E 528946; 

Ernesto Albano, New York. 

Suonno luntano; versi di Alfredo Me- 
lina, musica di Vincenzo De Crescenzo 
[of Italy, domiciled at New York] ; 
mand. ace. 4to. [1922 

© Nov. 15, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528685 ; Casa editrice Napoli, New 
York. 

Suppose the rose were you ; words by 
Gwynne Denni, music by Lucien Denni 
[of U. S.] [1923 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 530240; J. W. Jenkins sons music 
co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Sur la mer; de Fr. Smetana, op. 17, 
nouvelle edition rev. et doigte par I. 
Philipp [of France] ; piano. (Etudes 
de travail) [1924 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526682;. Ch. Hayet, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on revision and fin- 
gering] 



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pt. in, n. s. 



17 



Surprise; birthday song, words by Carl 
V. Herron, music by H. L. MaLette 
[of U. S.] [1925 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 528440; 
Harry Lathaniel MaLette, Springfield, 
Mass. 

Sve srdcE chceS me dati ; valcik, words 
by A. Grill, arr. by A[ndrew] Grill [of 
U. S.] ; orch. with piano and words. 
4to. [1926 

© Jan. 16, 1922 ;> 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528934 ; Joseph Jiran, Chicago. 

Swanee River moon ; waltz, by H. Pit- 
man Clarke [of U. S.], arr. by Frank 
E. Barry [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [1927 
© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1922; 
E 530508 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement 1 

Sweet babe with the golden curls; 

words and music by J. Butler [of U. S.] 

arr. by Vern Elliott [of U. S.] [1928 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528543; 

Johnny Butler, Los Angeles. 

Sweet clover; by J. M. Baldwin [of 
U. S.] op. 67, no. 3 ; piano. Lawrence, 
Mass., Bay State music co. (An old- 
fashioned garden, six pieces, no. 2) 

[1929 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530407 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Sweet Hawaiian love ; words and mel- 
ody by Leo Wood and Irving Bibo [of 
U. S.],arr. by L.Wood. [1930 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; E 528661; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Sweet lady ; fox trot from Tangerine, 
by Frank Crumit and Dave Zoob [of 
U. S.], arr. by Frank E. Barrv [of 
U. S.]; band. 4to. [1931 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 528528; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Sweet little Albin' rose; words by 
C. E. Hook, music by A. Leopold Rich- 
ard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music 
co. [1932 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530245; Charles E. Hook, De- 
corah, la. 

Sweet Loretta; words by J. G. Strack, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[1933 
© Jan. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529151; Jos. Geo. Strack, Astoria, 
N. Y. 



Sweet Myrtle; valse-intermezzo, bv L. 
Leslie Loth [of U. S.] ; piano, (two 
little dances of medium difficulty, no. 2) 

[1934 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1922; 

E 530174 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Sweet night; boston, by L. Bonin [of 

France] ; orch. with piano conductor. 

4to. [1935 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 526886; Louis Bonin, Paris. 

Sweet seventeen ; words by Hal E. 

Christy, melody by O. Motzan [of 

U. S.] [1936 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; E 530086; 

Otto Motzan, New York. 

Sweetest Rose in old Italy; by G. F. 
Norlund [of U. S.] ; piano. [1937 

© 1 c. Jan. 17., 1922; E 528747; 
George F. Norlund, Duluth, Minn. 

Sweetheart days in Ten-nes-see ; 
words and music by J. H. Reeves [of 
U. S.], arr. by Al. W. Brown [of 
U. S.] [1938 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530568; 
James H. Reeves, Brooklyn. 

Sweetheart mine; words by Albert 

Fredericks, music by F. Villaflor [of 

U. S.] [1939 

© 1 c. Jan. 9. 1922; E 530023; 

Fortunato Villaflor, Boston. 

Sweetheart o' mine; lyric by F. K. 
Schmid, music by John W. Newton 
[of U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y., Melody 
pub. corp. (Classic series) [1940 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528809; Fred K. Schmid. Monroe, 
Wis. 

Sweetheart of mine; words by C. L. 

Brown, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [1941 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528584; 

C. L. Brown, Sioux City, la. 

Sweetheart of my dreams; words by 
David Gray, music by A. Leopold 
Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters 
music co. [1942 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530258 ; E. M. Miller, Cincinnati. 

Sweethearts at school; words by. 

Mrs. C. Yeager, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1943 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530575; 

Mrs. Chas. Yeager, Howell, Ind. 



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1960 



Sword and spurs ; march, by Homer 
Nearing [of U. S.] ; piano, second 
grade. (Two easy piano pieces) 

[1944 
© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530057; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Sword (The) of old Japan; words by 
E. W. Delacour, music by H. Baynton- 
Power [of England] ; in F minor. 

[1945 
© Jan. 10, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922 ; 
E 526805 ; Joseph Henry Larway, Lon- 
don. 

Sym-pathETIQUE; reverie, by S. G. 
Kiesling [of U. S.] op. 67 ; piano. 

[1946 
© Dec. 29, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 
E 530639 ; Samuel G. Kiesling, Brook- 
lyn. 

T'amo; canzonetta d'amore, per serenata, 
versi di Roberto Diens, musica di G. 
M. Messina [of Italy, domiciled at 
New York] ; violino ace. 4to. [1947 
© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 525872; Gaetano Matteo Messina, 
New York. 

Take heart again; lyric by Kathleen 

Stuart, music by Arthur Meale [of 

Great Britain] ; in G. [1948 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 526798 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Take me back to Brittany; words and 
music by H. M. Archibald [of U. S.] 

[1949 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 530119; Hazel M. Archibald, NeW 
York. 

Take me back to California ; fox trot, 
words by L. O. Lucka, music by W. C. 
Ahlheim [of U. S.], arr. by Joseph 
Tomassi [of U. S.] ■ [1950 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1922; E 530599; 
Ludwig Otto Lucka and Walter C. 
Ahlheim, Decatur, 111. 

Take me to that lively ball; words 
by G. Haynes, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] [1951 
© Nov. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922 ; 
E 530488 ; Guy Haynes, Chicago. 

Tales of the fairy dustman ; told for 
him by Puck the painter and Pan the 
piper [of Great Britain] Contents : 
1. The dustman's arrival. — 2. The lit- 
tle nut tree. — 3. Courage. — 4. Faith. — 
5. The bunnies' lullabye.--6. Birth. 

[1952 



© Jan. 19, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 20, 1922 ; 
E 526849 ; Lawrence Wright music 
co., London. 

Tam o' Shanter ; overture, by Learmont 
Drysdale, arr. by Dan Godfrey [of 
Great Britain] ; full military band. 
(Chappell's army journal, no. 492) 

[1953 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 526827; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Tangerine; selection, by Carlo Sanders 
[of U. S.], arr. by Frank E. Barry 
[of U. S.] ; orch. with piano. Feist 
edition. [1954 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1922; 
E 525864; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Tango chante ; de l'operette Dede, pa- 
roles de Albert Willemetz, musique de 
Henri Christine [of France] [1955 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526692 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Tarantelle. See Levenson (Boris) Six 
pieces for the pianoforte. 

Tartan ac (H.) Canzone; par H. Tar- 
tanac [of France] ; violoncelle et piano. 

[1956 
© Dec. 14, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526732; H. Tartanac, Toulouse, 
France. 

Tell me why ; words by Koyne O'Brien, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.l ' [1957 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530313; 

J. Raymond Regan, Charleston, S. C. 

TendrEsse; par F. de la Tombelle [of 

France] ; piano. (Des apres-midi sous 

les arbres, no. 10) [1958 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 526764; Costallat et cie., Paris. 

Tennessee lullaby ; words and music 
by P. G. Funk [of U. S.] [1959 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1922; E 530627; 
Pauline Gartin Funk, Chicago. 

Tentation. See Haudebert (Lucien) 
Quatre chants spirituels. 

TerrEur; par E. Tremisot, arr. par 
Albersenn [of France] ; petit orch. 
avec piano conducteur. 4to. (Suite 
dramatique, no. 1) [1960 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526652; Evette & Schaeffer, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 



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1961 



pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



That mother of long ago; words by 
J. R\ Thompson, music by John W. 
Newton [of U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y., 
Melodv pub. corp. (Home series) 

[1961 
© Ian. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528830; J. Randall Thompson, Kan- 
sas City, Kan. 

That old gang of mine; words by Billy 

Rose and Mort Dixon, melodv by 

Irving Bibo [of U. S.] J1962 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922 ; E 530020 ; Leo 

Feist, inc., New York. 

That's when I'm lonesome for you; 

words and music by F. J. Will [of 

U. S.] [1963 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530310; 

Fred J. Will, E. St. Louis, 111. 

That's why I can't keep still; lyric 
by W. E. Duke, music by Clarence 
Krause [of U. S.] [1964 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 525945; W. E. Duke, Memphis, 
Tenn. 

That Tallahassee lassie oe mine; 
words and music by H. Fidler [of 
U. S.], arr. by Luther A. Clark [of 
U. S.] [1965 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; E 530343; 
Herman Fidler, Reading, Pa. 

That true blue gal o' mine; words by 
Ailene Stone, music by Helen Leigh 
[of U. S.] [1966 

© Jan. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1922 ; 
E 528673; Mrs. J. A. Stone, jr., Ma- 
rion, 111. 

Theft (The) ; words by H. B. Silber- 
stein, music by Rhea Silberta [of U. S.l 

[1967 
© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528742 ; Composers' music corp, New 
York. 

Then you'll be so sorry ; words and 

melody bv I. Hawley [of U. S.], arr. 

by Hall Johnson [of U. S.] [1968 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1922; E 528682; 

Irvin Hawley, Philadelphia. 

There by that old meadow and wil- 
low stream ; words by C. P. Farino, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Legters music co. [1969 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530266; Charles P. Farino, Ogden, 
Utah. 

There's a road that leads to nowhere, 
but there's a path that will take 



you home ; words and melody by T. E. 
Chappelle [of U. S.], arr. by William 
Voderv [of U. S.] ; 1st violin ace. 

[1970 
© 1 c. Dec. 23, 1921; E 528489; 
Thomas E. Chappelle, New York. 

There's a song in my heart; lyric by 
Weston Wilson, music bv Oliver G. 
Wallace [of U. S.] [1971 

© Jan. 7, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 528629 ; Daniels & Wilson, inc., San 
Francisco. 

There's only one man that satisfies 
me : words and music by Sam Gold [of 
U. S.], arr. by Robert W. Ricketts [of 
U. S.] (Triangle blues series) [1972 
© Jan. 10, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 528606 ; Triangle music pub. co., 
New York. 

There's silver in your hair, but 
there's gold within your heart; 
words and music by Worton David and 
Lawrence Wright, arr. by Clarence 
Lucas [of Great Britain] ; mixed quar- 
tet. New York, Chappell-Harms, inc. 
4to. [1973 

© Jan. 24, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 528972 ; Lawrence Wright music co., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

There's someone waiting; lyric by A. 
Tavlor, music by John W. Newton [of 
U.S.] Buffalo, N. Y., Melody pub. 
corp. (Home series) [1974 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528805 ; Anna Taylor, St. Paul. 

There's something about you; words 
and music by Al. Jolson, Joe Gibson 
and Joe Ribaud [of U. S.] [1975 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1922; 
E 525887; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

They can't make a monkey out of 
me; words and melody by E. C. 
Bowry [of U. S.], arr. by Harold B. 
Freeman [of U. S.] [1976 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; E 528756; 
Edwin C. Bowry, Providence, R. 1 

They have taken away ,my Lord: 
Easter anthem, music by Joseph 
Fletcher [of U. S.] ; solos, trio, and 
chorus of mixed voices. 4to. (Choir 
music, second series, no. 87) [1977 

© Jan. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 528968; Robin Ellis, Ridgefield 
Park, N. J. 



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no. 2, 1922 



1994 



They're planning for another day; 
words bv Glendora Peer, music by 
George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [1978 
© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528769; Glendora Peer, Lake 
Odessa, Mich. 

They rest in peace; words by L. E. 
Vannest, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[1979 
© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529090; Lenna E. Vannest, Rose 
Hill, la. 

Thinking of you; words by A. Hip- 
kins, music by John W. Newton [of 
U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y., Melody pub. 
corp. (Home series) [1980 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528811; Alice Hipkins, Perrvville, 
Md. 

This ,may be the day, your lucky 

day ; words and melody by G. L. 

Sohst [of U. S.] " [1981 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; E 530226; 

Grace L. Sohst, San Francisco. 

This world is full of trouble; words 
by H. W. Castleman, music by John 
W. Newton [of U. S.l Buffalo, N. Y., 
Melody pub. corp. (Popular series) 

[1982 
© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528812; Herman W. Castleman, San 
Francisco. 

Thorn (The) of the ROSE; words by 
S. M. Hall, music by John W. New- 
ton [of U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y., Mel- 
ody pub. corp. (Classic series) 

[1983 
© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528824; Sara Mae Hall, Mont- 
gomery, Ala. 

Those days are over ;' lyric by Andrew 
B. Sterling and Edward P. Moran, 
music by H. Von Tilzer [of U. S.l 

[1984 
© Jan. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1922 ; 
E 530161; Harry Von Tilzer music 
pub. co., New York. 

Those Evil hearted blues ; words and 

music by T. Harris [of U. S.], arr. by 

W. Astor Morgan [of U. S.] [1985 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922; E 529163; 

Tom Harris, New York. 

Those longing for you blues ; words 
by Louis Robinson, melody by Frank 
Westphal [of U. S.], arr. by Horace 
O. Prell [of U. S.] [1986 



© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; E 528648; 
Will Rossiter, Chicago. 

Thou dost love us Ever ; words by 

James M. Gray, music by A. Holz- 

worth [of U. S.l [1987 

© Jan. 13, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 530211; Alfred Holzworth, Chicago. 

Thoughts of eventide; words by E. 
Carleton, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [1988 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529148; Eleanor Carleton, Pt. Ed- 
ward, Canada. 

Three dream dances ; no. 1, by S. Cole- 
ridge-Taylor [of England] ; piano. 

[1989 
© Dec. 6, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526789 ; Ascherberg. Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Three little words ; fox trot song, 
words by James Tenney Branch, mu- 
sic by Porter Harris Brown [of U. S.l 
[Photostat] [1990 

© Jan. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922 ; 
E 529067; Porter H. Brown, St. 
Louis. 

Ti, tum, Ti ; the Quaker's song, old 
melody, adapted and arr. by Alfred 
Moffat [of Great Britain] ; four men's 
voices. (Octavo series, men's voices, 
no. 452) [1991 

© Jan. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 529061 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation and arrangement] 

Time; words by Sam Ehrlich, melody bv 
H. Jentes [of U. S.] [1992 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; E 530233; 
Harry Jentes, New York. 

Tin (The) soldiers. See Toy town 
tales. 

'Tis true; words and music by F. 
Heagle [of U. S.] [1993 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530034; Florence Heagle, Johns- 
town, N. Y. 

Tit tat toe. See Be sure to brush your 
teeth. 

To a flower ; by August Nolck [of 
Germany] op. 197, no. 2; pf. (4 
compositions, no. 2) [1994 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 528917 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



To a honey-bee ; two-part chorus, words 
by Leona Upton, music by Louis 
Adolphe Coerne [of U. S.] op. 168, 
no. 4; sop. and alto. (Ditson school 
octavo) [1995 

© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922 ; 
E 528977; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

To a little child; words by Mary L. 
Chapin, music by William Reddick 
[of U. S.] [1996 

© Jan. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 530514; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New- 
York. 

To a rose; words by John B. Tabb, mu- 
sic by Alexander MacFadyen [of 
U. S.] ; medium voice, in F. [1997 

© Jan. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922 ; 
E 528975; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

To have you near; words and music 

by Edwin J. Caplin [of U. S.] [1998 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 

E 525915 ; A. J. Stasny music co., 

New York. 

To the End of the world; words by 

Ralph Schamberg, music by A. Scham- 

berg [of U. S.] [1999 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525930; 

Arthur Schamberg, Pittsburgh. 

To-day's our wedding day; words and 
music by C. W. Bostock [of Great 
Britain, domiciled at New York] ; 
piano with words. [2000 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; E 528793; 
Claude W. Bostock, New York. 

Tokio blossom ; melody, by C. I. Norris 
[of U. S.] [2001 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; E 530283; 
Clarence Irving Norris, Chicago. 

Toothache (The) blues; words by 
A. Griffin, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2002 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530301; 
Aubrey Griffin, Detroit. 

Town gosstps; by George F. Hamer 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay State music co. (In olden times, 
no. 1) [2003 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530379 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. . 

Toy (A) not to play; words by E. C. 

King, music by Norrie Bernard [of 

U. S.] New York, Lenox co. [2004 

© Dec. 19, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 

E 525894 ; Emory C. King, New York. 



Toy town tales ; suite, by Frank E. 
Hersom [of U. S.] ; piano. Contents : 
1. Introduction. — 2. The tin soldiers. — 
3. Dance of the dolls — 4. Jack in the 
box. — 5. The wooden horses. [2005 

© Dec. 13, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1922 ; 
E 530194; Walter Jacobs, inc., Boston. 

Trail (The) op the soul; words by 

Harry M. Lavers, music by E. F. 

Jores [of U. S.] [2006 

© 1 c. Dec. 13, 1921; E 523736; 

Ernest Franz Jores, Brooklyn. 

Trail (The) to long ago; lyric by 
Wm. T. White, Clarence W. Erickson 
and E. Clinton Keithley, melody by 
F. Henri Klickmann [of U. S.] 

[2007 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530160; 
McKinley music co., Chicago. 

T ravelin' (The) man blues; words 
and music by E. C. Home [of U. S.], 
arr. by Alma L. Garber [of U. S.] 

[2008 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 530284; 
Edward C. Home, Des Moines. 

Trial (The) ; by S. Becker [of U. S.l ; 
piano. [2009 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; E 530128; 
Samuel Becker, Minneapolis. 

T r i s T E z z a ; valse-hesitation, par A. 
Barbirolli, arr. par Hans Ourdine [of 
France] ; orch. avec piano-conduc + eur. 
4to. [2010 

© Dec. 14. 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526657; Philippo, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Triumphal-march ; by Paul Fauchey, 
arr. by F. Salabert [of France] ; 
orch. with piano conductor. 4to. 
(Celebre collection des succes, no. 
317) [2011 

© Dec. 31. 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526896 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Trombone soltdity ; march, by Frank 
R. Seltzer [of U. S.] ; full band sc. 
obbl. 4to. [2012 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1922; 
E 530096 ; Sam Philo music co., Phila- 
delphia. 

True Rose; words by C. H. Cooper, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[2013 
© Jan. 4. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525979; Chas. H. Cooper, Thessalon, 
Canada. 



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2030 



Truest (The) sweetheart of all; 

words by E. Merrill, music by Ray 

Hibbeler [of U. S.] [2014 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1922; E 528749; 

Evelyn Merrill Barr, Dunsmuir, Calif. 

Trust; words and music by T. H. 

Storey [of England] 8vo. ' [2015 

© Mar. 1, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1921 ; 

E 528927; T. Henry Storey, New 

York. 

Try again; words and music by S.'F. 
Jessen [of U. S.] Cliffside, N. J., 
Sophie F. Jessen. [2016 

© Jan. 21, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530491 ; Sophie F. Jessen, Cliffside, 
N. J. 

TSCHAIKOWSKY ( PETER ILJITCH) 

Chanson triste ; by Tschaikowsky, op. 
40, no. 2, transcribed by Arthur Hart- 
mann [of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 
(Transcriptions by Arthur Hartmann, 
no. 4) [2017 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c : Jan. 13, 1922; 
E 530173 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on tran- 
scription] 

Suite ; selected from ballet The nut- 
cracker, by Tschaikowsky, op. 71, arr. 
by Stepan Esipoff, ed. by Carl Deis 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (Schirmer's li- 
brary of musical classics, v. 1447) 

[2018 
© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 530130; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing] 

Tschaikowsky's Pathetic sym- 
phony ; completion of third movement, 
pt. 2, arr. by Landon Ronald and 
Ernest Austin [of England] ; piano. 

[2019 
© Dec. 6, 1921; 1 'c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526788; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Cr^w, ltd., London. 



third movement, pt. I, arr. by 

Landon Ronald and Ernest Austin [of 
England] ; piano. [2020 

© Nov. 25, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526794; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Tschaikowsky's Pathetic symphony. 
See Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch) 

Tsin ; oriental fox trot, from Green- 
wich Village follies, by A. Baldwin 
Sloane, arr. by M. L. Lake [of U. S.] ; 
full orch. 4to. [2021 



© Mar. 19, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 528620; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Twilight; fox-trot, by C. O. Simms 
[of U. S.] ; piano and melody. [2022 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 530581; 
Chas. Oliver Simms, New York. 

words by C. G. Smith, music by 

A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Legters music co. [2023 
© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529089; Celia Goodhue Smith, 
Montpelier, Vt. 

Twilight fo' dreamin'; darkey dusk 
song, words by May D. Hatch, music 
by Claude Warford [of U. S.] 1. Sop. 
or ten. — 2. Alto or baritone. [2024 

© Jan. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. each Jan. 26, 
1922; E 529062; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Twinkle little star; words and music 

by T. E. Chappelle [of U. S.], arr. by 

Will Vodery [of U. S.] [2025 

© 1 c. July 21, 1921; E 528484; 

Thomas E. Chappelle, New York. 

Two; words by Ellen Hatter, music by 
A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Legters music co. [2026 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530277; Ellen Hatter, Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Tyrolean dance ; by A. Sartorio [of 
Germany] ; piano, four hands. (Dances 
from many lands) [2027 

© Dec. 24, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1921 ; 
E 530109; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Tzigane; fox-trot, by A. Smith [of 

Germany] ; piano. London, Cecil 

Lennox & co. [2028 

© Oct. 6, 1921 ; 1 c. Oct. 22, 1921 ; 

E 517243; A. Smith, Anvers, Belgium. 

Uncle Sam's Yankee boys ; words and 

melody by D. A. Sarli [of U. S.] ; 1st 

violin ace. [2029 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530540; 

Dominic A. Sarli, St. Louis. 

Under leafy branches (Sous les Feu- 

illages) ; by Jacques Weissheyer [of 

France] op. 88 ; piano. [2030 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 

E 528974 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



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Under the beautiful French sky ; 
one-step trot, by Louis Roche [of 
France] ; orch. with piano conductor. 
4to. [2031 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526911 ; Riviera-edition, Nice, 
France. 

U. S. A. (The) and you dear, are 

WORTH YOUR WEIGHT IN GOLD TO ME J 

words by H. Grabin, music by A. 
Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Legters music co. [2032 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922*5 
E 530267 ; Henry Grabin, Coal Creek, 
Col. 

U. S. school oe music ; lessons 49-96, 
by Harry P. Longstreet [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [2033 

© Dec. 6, 1921 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
9, 1921; A 655159; U. S. school of 
music, New York. 

Universal peace anthem ; words by 

A. Allison, music by E. Wunderlich 

[of U. S.l [2034 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1922; E 530598; 

Archie Allison, Walsenburg, Col. 

Vagary ; words by M. E. Witt, music 
by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Legters music co. [2035 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529106; Mary E. Witt, Youngs- 
town, O. 

ValsE no. 4 ; melody by G. Sperrazza 
[of U. S.] [2036 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530314; 
Gaelano Sperrazza, Buffalo. 

Valse allurement; by S. Becker [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [2037 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; E 530127; 
Samuel Becker, Minneapolis. 

Valse de Phrynette. See Enfant 
(L') prodigue. 

Valse En si bemol; de Paul Fauchey, 
arr. par F. Salabert [of France] ; 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 
(Celebre collection des succes, no. 
333) [2038 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526901; Francis Salabert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Vanita; waltz, by W. T. Black [of 

U. S.], arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus [of 

U. S.] ; violin and piano. [2039 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1922; E 525891; 

Wm. T. Black, Brooklyn. 



Variations for violin solo ; on a 
Ground by Henry Purcell, ed. and arr. 
by Rutland Boughton [of England] ; 
violin and pf. [2040 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 526808 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 

Veil lee (La) See Enfant (L'> 
prodigue. 

VeslEmoy ; kvartet, ord av Arne Gar- 
borg, musik av Johan Halvorsen [of 
Norway] ; mandsstemmer. 4to. 
(Norsk musikforlags udgave, no. 383) 

[2041 
© Nov. 15. 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 526830; Norsk musikforlag, Chris- 
tiania. 

Victoria; waltz, by C. Leont [of U. S.], 
arr. by May Mullini ; piano. [2042 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; E 530075; 
Charles Leont, Chicago. 

Village (The) band; by Hazel Ger- 
trude Kinscella [of U. S.] ; piano. 
(Ten tiny tunes) [2043 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922: 
E 528876; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Village dance; by Leighton Diggs [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., Bay 
State music co. (Young artist's reper- 
toire, six melodious pieces, no. 3) 

[2044 
© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 530394; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Village (A) holltday ; by George F. 

Hamer [of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, 

Mass., Bay State music co. (In olden 

times, no. 5) [2045 
© Dec. 30. 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 

E 530383 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Violets ; waltz, by John Porter [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., Bay 
State music co. (Boyhood's dreams, 
six easy novelettes, no. 3) [2046 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530376 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Virginia blues ; words and melody by 

Ernie Erdman and Fred Meinken [of 

U. S.], arr. by E. Erdman. [2047 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1922; E 530511; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Vceu (The wish) ; poesie de Henri de 
Regnier, English version by Rosa 
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Albert Roussel, op. 3, no. 2 ; voix 
moyennes. [2048 

© Dec. 14, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 526724; Rouart, Lerolle & cie., Pa- 
ris. [Copyright is claimed on edition 
with English version] 

Voice (The.) and the flute; aria, 
words by Mary Gardenia, muSic by 
J. H. Densmore [of U. S.] ; sop. and 
flute. [2049 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 530518; John H. Densmore, Brook- 
line, Mass. 

Voix automnales; par F. de la Tom- 
belle [of France] ; piano. (Des apres- 
midi sous les arbres, no. 9) [2050 

© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922 ; 
E 526763 ; Costallat et cie., Paris. 

Vol de libellules ; par F. de la Tom- 
belle [of France] ; piano. (Des apres- 
midi sous les arbres, no. 4) [2051 

© Dec. 12, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 526758 ; Costallat et cie., Paris. 

Vshomru ; words and music by I. B. 

Arnstein [of U. S.] New York, Crown 

music "co. [2052 

© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1922; 

E 528795 ; Ira B. Arnstein, New York. 

Wabash blues ; fox-trot, by Fred Mein- 

ken [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [2053 

© Jan. 7, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 

E 530021 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

WahabeebiE. See Collection (A) of 
Syrian song melodies. 

Waiting ; words bv R. M. Millar, music 

by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] 

Chicago, Legters music co. [2054 

© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 

E 529075 ; Rene M. Millar, Morton, 111. 

Waiting for the moon; words and 
music bv R. O. Bartells [of U. S.l 

[2055 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 528841; 
Raymond Osborne Bartells, Milwau- 
kee. 

Wake up, America ; words and melody 

bv A. Aspin [of U. S.], arr. by Dave 

Peyton [of U. S.l [2056 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528599; 

Alfred Aspin, Chicago. 

Waltz me, sweetie, waltz me; waltz, 
words and music by Ruby Tavlor [of 
U. S.l, arr. by Geo. F. Briegel [of 
U. S.] [2057 



© Jan. 10, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922 ; 
E 528605 ; Triangle music pub. co., 
New York. 

Wandering ; words by C. E. and A. C. 
Norton, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[2058 
© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529097; Clarence E. and Alice C. 
Norton, Boone, la. 

Warning (A) ; words and music by 
Irma Hopper [of U. S.] [2059 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 528997; 
Harms, inc., New York. 

Was there Ever a girl more true? 
words by A. Davis, music by Geo. 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [2060 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 529014; Andrew Davis, Cleveland. 

Watch yourself go by; words by N. 

Mowrey, melody by Raymond A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [2061 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; E 530231; 

Nora Mowrey, Luray, Kans. 

We're in love; words and music by 
Irma Hopper [of U. S.] [2062 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 528998; 
Harms, inc., New York. 

We will be happy down in that val- 
ley ; words bv A. A. Dreher, music 
by Casper Nathan [of U. S.] [2063 
© 1 c. Dec. 23, 1921; E 528903; 
Arthur A. Dreher, Camp Hum- 
phreys, Va. 

Wealth (The) of God's love; words 
bv Mattie B. Shannon, music by H. A. 
Henry [of U. S.] [2064 

© Jan. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 528940; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Wedding and funeral music ; com- 
piled and ed. by E. A. Kraft [of 
U. S.] ; organ. [2065 

© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
16, 1921; A 630848; Theo. Presser 
co., Philadelphia. 

Weidt's chord system ; simplified har- 
mony, sup. no. 8, S. V., by A. J. Weidt 
[of U. S.] [2066 

© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 529059; Albert J. Weidt, Newark, 
N. J. 

Weights and waits; words by J. L. 
.Sugden, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[2067 



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© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529100 ; Jean Louise Sugden-, Weath- 
erford, Okl. 

Welcome home; words by C. A. Perry- 
man, music by A. Leopold Richard fof 
' U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[2068 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530273; Charles A. Perryman, De- 
troit. 

Wets (The) and drys; words by S. 
Burbon, melody by Max Norworth 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

[2069 
© 1 c. Jan. 13. 1922; E 530185; 
Shamma Burbon, Cardenas, Cuba. 

What a little love will do; words by 
W. H. Wright, music by Richard W. 
Hunt [of U. S.l [2070 

© 1 c. Jan. 14. 1922; E 528644; 
William Henry Wright, Springfield, 
Mass. 

What'll you do? fox-trot, words by 
Chester Cohn and Ernie Erdman, mu- 
sic by Isham Jones [of U. S.], arr. by 
Frank E. Barry [of U. S.] ; orch. with 
piano. 4to. [2071 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 530510; Leo Feist, inc.. New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

What will become of the U. S. A. ; 

words by C. M. Gay, music by Leo 

Friedman [of U. S.] [2072 

© Nov. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 

E 530480; Cora M. Gay, Chicago. 

What would you do ; words by Mau- 
rice J. Gunsky, music by Nat Gold- 
stein [of U. S.] [2073 
© Jan. 2, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922 ; 
E 530644; Nat Goldstein music pub. 
co., San Francisco. 

Whatever is — is best; words by Ella 

Wheeler Wilcox, music by Hermann 

Lohr [of Great Britain] [2074 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 

E 526803 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

When another's dream comes true ; 
waltz, words and music by J. Vargas 
and C. Torres [of U. S.] [2075 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1922; E 525873; 
Joseph Vargas and Celso Torres, 
Camp Humphreys, Va. 

When billows roll; words and music 
by W. M. Runyan [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. [2076 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530526 ; William M. Runyan, Wich- 
ita, Kan. 



When can I call you mine; fox trot, 
words and music by Otto Benzing and 
Marty Bloom [pseud, of M. L. Blu- 
menthal, of U. S.] [2077 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 528483; Pease & Benzing, New 
York. 

When daisies pied; four-part song, 
words by Wm. Shakespeare, music by 
Thomas Augustine Arne, arr. by 
Arthur Fagge [of England] ; women's 
voices. 4to. (Four-part songs for 
women's voices) [2078 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 10. 1922; 
E 530100 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

When evening stars are gleaming; 
words by S. Halliday, music by A. 
Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Legters music co. [2079 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530250; Stephen Halliday, Morgan- 
town, W. Va. 

When everything comes your way ; 
words by D. Wier, music by A. Leo- 
pold Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Legters music co. [2080 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529111 ; Douglas Wier, Baltimore. 

When I go courting Datsy ; words by 
M. T. Johnston, music by George 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [2081 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528765 ; Minerva J. Johnston, Rich 
Hill, Mo. 

When I grow up wtll the moon still 

be shining eor me; words and music 

by A. Schamberg [of U. S.] [2082 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525919; 

Arthur Schamberg, Pittsburgh. 

When I'm near you ; words and music 
by Irma Hopper [of U. S.] [2083 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 528992; 
Harms, inc., New York. 

When I'm old and gray; words and 
music by W. Price and V. Snyder [of 
U. S.] [2084 

© Jan. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 23. 1922 ; 
E 530456; Violet Snyder and W. W. 
Price, Freeport, 111. 

When I return ; fox-trot, lyric by 
M. Hellinger, melody by E. Winston 
[of U. S.] [2085 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; E 530121; 
Ed Winston and Mark Hellinger, 
New York. 



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When love will not die; words and 
music by Irma Hopper [of U. S.] 

[2086 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 528993; 
Harms, inc., New York. 

When my soul awoke; words by L. E. 
Eshelman, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [2087 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 529022 ; L. E. Eshelman, Clarence 
Center, N. Y. 

When perfect love is calling; words 
by H. Hunzeker, music by George 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York. 
W T orld music pub. corp. [2088 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528763; H. Hunzeker, Gridley, 
Calif. 

When sister took her place; fox trot, 

words bv N. A. Roseland, music bv 

J. E. Andina [of U. S.] [2089 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528558; 

N. A. Roseland, Memphis, Tenn. 

When the flour bin is eull to the 

brim ; words by J. S. Bramwell, music 

by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [2090 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; E 530241; 

J. S. Bramwell. Ogden, Utah. 

When the leaves come tumbling 

down ; words and music by Richard 

Howard [of U. S.] [2091 

© Jan. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922 ; 

E 529057; Orpheum music co., Boston. 

When the light came to me; words 
and music by W. M. Runyan [of 
U. S.] ; male voices. [2092 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530523; William M. Runyan, 
Wichita, Kan. 

When the Lord shall come; words by 
J. Orr Powell, music by H. D. Loes 
[of U. S.] [2093 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 528491 ; Harry Dixon Loes, Three 
Rivers, Mich. 

W r HEN THE ROSES BLOOM AGAIN ; words 

bv M. A. Phippen, music bv John W. 
Newton [of U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y., 
Melody pub. corp. (Home series) 

[2094 
© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528813; Martha A. Phippen, New 
Hampton, la. 



When the sandman's got him ; words 
by J. D. Morrison, music by A. Leo- 
pold Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Legters music co. [2095 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530255 ; J. D. Morrison, Detroit. 

When the world was young; words 
by Frederick H. Martens, music by 
Ar'hur Cleveland Morse [of U. S.] ; 
medium voice, in G. [2096 

© Jan. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922 ; 
E 528973; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

When they all grow tired of you ; 
words by J. Hohman, music by Norrie 
Bernard [of U. S.] New York, Lenox 
co. [2097 

© Dec. 25, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1922; 
E 530440; Julia Hohman, Brooklyn. 

When ya coming down to Alexan- 
dria? words by J. M. Chessari, music 
by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [2098 
© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529147; Josephine M. Chessari, 
Tarrytown, N. Y. 

When you and I go to Tennessee; 

words and music bv R. Larsh [of 

U. S.] [2099 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5. 1922; 

E 525959; Ralph Larsh, Chicago. 

When you know the girl you love 

loves you ; ballad, words and music bv 

W. W. Lutz [of U. S.] [2100 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 528752; 

Walter Warren Lutz, Kingston, N. Y. 

When you're down in hard luck 

alley ; words and music bv Lew 

Brown [of U. S.] [2101 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 530560; 

Broadway music corp., New York. 

When you were my lovable friend; 
words bv R. Pepe, music by A. Leo- 
pold Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Legters music co. [2102 

© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529123; Rose Pepe, Connellsville, 
Pa. 

Where the beautiful Yellowstone 
finds its way ; words by T. Schneck- 
loth, music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[2103 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530262; Theodor Schneckloth, Red- 
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WhErE the wild flowers grow ; words 

by R. H. Adams, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2104 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528556; 

R. H. Adams, Salmo, Canada. 

While Miami dreams; lyric by Ray- 
mond B. Egan, music by Richard A. 
Whiting [of U. S.] [2105 

© Jan. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 530648; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Whispers of love ; reverie, by Walter 
Burke [of U. S.] ; guit. or harp solo. 

[2106 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 530227; H. F. Odell & co., Boston. 

Why did you? words and melodv by 

G. D. Hennessy [of U. S.] [2107 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1922; E 528956; 

George Dewey Hennessy, Hanford, 

Calif. 

Why do you make me sad? words by 
W. F. Mayer, music by Bob Litch- 
field [of U. S.] [2108 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530316; 
William F. Mayer, Baltimore. 

Why do you make me wait; words by 
A. Stegman, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2109 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530306; 
Arthur Stegman, Clay Center, Kan. 

Why don't you smile ; ballad, fox trot, 

words and music by C. S. Miller [of 

U. S.] [2110 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530501; 

Charles Sholom Miller, Philadelphia. 

• words and music by Lee W. and 

V. Dixon [of U. S.] Lisbon, Me., 
Dixon bros. [2111 

© Jan. 9, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 525939; V. Dixon, Lisbon, Me. 

Why I love you; words by Irving 

Caesar, music by Alfred Newman [of 

U. S.] [2112 

© Jan. 13, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 528725 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

Why will you do without Him ? 

words by Frances R. Havergal, music 

by Ivy E. Craig [of U. S.] [2113 

© July 8, 1920; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 530212; H. G. Tovey, Los Angeles. 

Wild ROSE; words and music by Irma 
Hopper [of U. S.] [2114 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 529003; 
Harms, inc., New York. 



Will ; words by Stella Hopewell, mu- 
sic by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Legters music co. [2115 

© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529113; Verne R. Gorsuch, Desh- 
ler, O. 

Will Mazie make for me; words by- 
Mrs. R. A. Coale, music by Geo. 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. , [2116 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c.'jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525975 ; Mrs. R. A. Coale, Orange, 
Tex. 

Will ,my dreams come true; words by 
R. L. Sturgeon, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] [2117 
© Dec. 5, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922 ; 
E 530474; Ricca L. Sturgeon, Chi- 
cago. 

Will o' the wisp; words and music by 
Irma Hopper [of U. S.] [2118 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 528999; 
Harms, inc., New York. , 

Will our love fade as the flowers ; 
words by A. M. Koster, music by 
George. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [2119 
© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528711; Arthur M. Koster, Wash- 
ington. 

Will you love me then ? poem by A. 

F. Byrd, melody by Raymond A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [2120 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530451; 

A. F. Byrd, Alma, Ga. 

Will you love me when I am old? 

words by J. Batton, music by Marvin 

Westman [of U. S.] [2121 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529048; 

Josie Batton, Cumberland, N. C. 

Will you meet me in the gloaming; 
words by M. M. Rising, music by A. 
Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Legters music co. [2122 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530265; Mable M. Rising, Water- 
town, N. Y. 

Winds (The) of memory softly play ; 

words by J. Dempsey, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2123 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528569; 

James Dempsey, Middletown, Conn. 

Winter's lullaby ; words by Edith 
Weston Fisher, music by W. Ethel- 
bert Fisher [of U. S.] (Art songs 
for children) [2124 



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© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922; 
E 529056 ; Jos. Krolage music co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Wish I had some one to love me; 
words by A. Thornton, melody by 
Max Nor worth [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] [2125 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530187; 
Annie Thornton. Carona, Kan. 

W'ith dancing step ; by Hazel Ger- 
trude Kinscella [of U. S.] ; piano. 
(Ten tiny tunes) [2126 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 528878; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Without you; words by Walter Baker, 
music by W. C. Polla [pseud, of W. C. 
Powell, of U. S.] (Coyer-title: What 
are roses and dreams without you) 

[2127 
© Jan. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 528597; C. C. Church & co., Hart- 
ford. 

Witmark (The) minstrel overture 
and opening chorus no. 9 ; arr. by 
Isidore Witmark [of U. S.] ; solos and 
cho. of mixed voices. [2128 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 530571 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Wonderful : words by Lovick P. Law, 
music bv Baron De Elv, jr. [of U. S.] 
Svo. " • ' [2129 

© Dec. 31, 1921 - r 2 c. Jan. 20, 1922; 
E 530438; Law and Ely, Si loam 
Springs, Ark. 

WondErfl t l day ; words and music bv 
G. E. Bonney [of U. S.] [2130 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530088 ; Gerald Emery Bonney, Wi- 
nona Lake, Ind. 

Wonderful (A) day to be; words by 

B. M. Hadawav, music bv Marvin 

Westman [of U. S.l [2131 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529034; 

Bessie M. Hadawav, So. Haven, Mich. 

Wonderful isle of chance; words by 
E. T. Connors, music bv George Graff, 
jr. [of U. S.l New' York, World 
music pub. corp. [2132 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 529028; Ellen T. Connors, Scran- 
ton. Pa. 

Wonderland ; by G. I. Tompkins [of 
U. S.] : melody with piano ace. (Song 
•without words, no. 9) [2133 



© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 528853; 
George I. Tompkins, Westport, Conn. 

Won't you hurry back to dear old 
Carolin'? words and music by George 
B. Pitman [of U. S.l [2134 

© Dec. 10, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525912; A. J. Stasny music co., 
New York. 

Wood thrush ; by Archie A. Mumma 
[of U. S.l ; pf. (Six bird songs) 

[2135 
© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1922 ; 
E 530347; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Wooden (The) horses. See Toy town 
tales. 

Woodlx shoe dance. Sec Suite tyro- 
lienne. 

Words (The) that wjll make you 
mine forever ; words by E. R. Ted- 
ford, music by George Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [2136 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528764; Elsie Roberta Tedford, 
Minneola, Kan. 

Workin' man's blues; fox trot, words 
and music bv C. S. Miller [of U. S.l 

[2137 
©•1 c. Jan. 17, 1922; E 528694; 
Charles Sholom Miller, Philadelphia. 

World (The) is waiting for the sun- 
rise; quartet, words by Eugene Lock- 
hart, music by Ernest Seitz, arr. by 
Clarence Lucas [of Great Britain] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Chappell's vocal 
library of part-songs, etc.) [2138 

© Tan. 12, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1922; 
E 528655; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Would you like to be my daddy-addy? 
from Betty, lyric by M. Purcell, music 
bv George A. Norton [of U. S.l 

[2139 
© Dec. 10, 1291; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 
E 525960: Martin L. Purcell & co., 
Denver. 

Would you like to have a helper? 

words bv«R. D. Tordan, music bv Leo 

Friedman [of U. S.l "[2140 

© Nov. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 

E 530486; Robt. D. Jordan, Chicago. 

Wouldst thou? words by Florence 
Richmond, music bv Barretto de Souza 



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2141 



pt. m,n. s.,y. 17 



[of Great Britain, domiciled at New 

York] [2141 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 528863; 

Joseph Barretto de Souza, New York. 

Yarn (The) op the Loch Achray ; 
ballad, words by John Masefield, music 
by Cyril Jenkins [of Great Britain] ; 
men's voices. 4to. [2142 

© Dec. 19, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1922 ; 
E 526777; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Yearning; words by F. J. Roman, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[2143 
© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529078; Florence J. Roman, New- 
port, R. I. 

Years ago; words by Arden Austin 
Coates, music by Harvey B. Gaul [of 
U. S.] [2144 

© Jan. 23, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 528906 ; Harold Flammer, inc., New 
York. 

Yellow rose of memory ; lyric by Mona 
Moure [pseud, of I. S. McMeekin], 
music by John W. Newton [of U. S.] 
Buffalo, N. Y., Melody pub. corp. 
(Love series) [2145 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528808 ; Isabel S. McMeekin, Louis- 
ville. 

Yesterday ; waltz ballad, words by B. 
F. Conway, music by Len Fleming [of 
U. S.] [2146 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 528674 ; B. F. Conway, North Can- 
ton, O. 

Yesterday, tomorrow and to-day; 
words by R. Ottinger, music by A. 
Leopold Richard [of U. S/| Chicago, 
Legters music co. [2147 

© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529119; Rex Ottinger, Parsons, 
Kan. 

Yom ktppur ; cry of atonement, words 
by H. B. Silberstein, music by Rhea 
Silberta [of U. S.] ; in G minor. 

[2148 

© Dec. 2, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1921 ; 

E 528722; M. Witmark & sons, New 

York. [Copyright is claimed on new 

arrangement] 

You; words by A. Duffin, melody by 
Raymond A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[2149 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; E 530232; 
Annastasia Duffin, Birmingham, Ala. 



You and I; words by J. Clark, music 

by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 

York, World music pub. corp. [2150 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 

E 529016; Jean Clark, Derby, Conn. 

YOU AND I YONDER IN DREAMLAND; 

words by R. S. Egert, music by M. 
Agatha MacGilvery [of U. S.], arr. by 
Vern Elliott. [2151 

© Dec. 17, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530091; Rudolph S. Egert, Los 
Angeles. 

YOU ARE JUST LIKE A ROSE TO ME; words 

by J. McCaffrey, music by Marvin 
Westman [of U. S.] [2152 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529055; 
James McCaffrey, Pittsfield, Mass. 

YOU CAN HAVE EVERY LIGHT ON BROAD- 
WAY— GIVE ME THAT ONE LITTLE LIGHT 

at home; words by Benny Davis, mu- 
sic by Seymour Simons [of U. S-1 

[2153 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; E 528649; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

You can't call your home sweet 

HOME, IE THERE ISN'T A MOTHER IN IT ; 

words by F. Esquivel, music by Geo. 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [2154 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 528708; Frank Esquivel, Elizabeth, 
N. J. 

You can't get it now; words by Coy 

Clark, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [2155 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528567; 

T. M. Clark, Garden City, Tex. 

You don't make good; words by F. E. 
Woods, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [2156 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525988 ; Frank E. Woods, McCook, 
Neb. 

You just you; ballad, words by Wilber 
D'Lea, music by Fisher Thompson [of 
U. S.] [2157 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525917; A. J. Stasny music co., 
New York. 

YOU MADE ME LAUGH WHEN I THOT 

that I would cry ; words by B. Nor- 
man, melody by Jimmy Clark and 
Eddie Walker [of U. S.], arr. by J.. 
Clark. [2158 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; E 530287; 
Bert Norman, Newark, N. J. 



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no. 2, 1922 



2174 



You're a good old car but you can't 
climb hills ; words by Edward P. 
Moran and Andrew B. Sterling, music 
by H. Von Tilzer [of U. S.] [2159 
© Jan. 7, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
E 525997: Harry Von Tilzer music 
pub. co., New York. 

You're always welcomed back to 
home sweet home; words by T. 
Turck, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music 
co. [2160 

© Dec. 31. 1921; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530253; Thressa Turck, Hornell. 
N. Y. 

You're just like a firefly ; words by 
Alex Sullivan, melody by Johnnie 
Tucker and Johnnie Berkes [i. e. J. A. 
Tucker and John Berkes, of U. S.], 
arr. by J. A. Tucker. [2161 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1922; E 528449; 
John A. Tucker, Long Island City, 
N. Y.. 

You're just the same sweet girl to 

me; lyrics by Marcel Klauber, melody 

by J. Geisler [of U. S.] [2162 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 525994; 

Joseph Geisler, New York. 

You're" the girl I'm crazy about ; fox- 
trot, words and music by Carson J. 
Robison [of U. S.] [2163 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 528479 ; Riley-Robison music pub. 
co., Kansas City, Mo. 

You took me to your heart; words by 
Herbert J. Brandon, music by Jack 
Thompson [of England] [2164 

© Jan. 16, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922 ; 
E 526801 ; Chas. Austin music pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

You've got me goin' ; words and music 
by M. T. Haggerty [of U. S.] [2165 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; E 530225; 
M. Tobin Haggerty, Williston, Vt. 

You've got to keep ok buying for baby, 
or it's bye-bye baby for you ; words 
by Sam Landers and Bert Hanlon, 
music by Joseph Mever [of U. S.] 

[2166 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530178; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

You've taken away the sunshine; 
words by Mary H[elon] Fennessy, 



music by H. J. Du Rande [pseud, of 
Henri Joseph Duranleau, of U. S.] 

[2167 
© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 528534 ;■ Henri Joseph Duranleau, 
Rochester, N. Y. 
You won't be sorry ; lyric by H. D. 
Kerr, melody by Earl Burtnett and 
Louis Marcasie [of U. S.], arr. by 
Vera Elliott [of U. S.l [2168 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1922; E 528800; 
Harry D. Kerr, Los Angeles. 
Young Check ; words by J. M. Check, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [2169 

© Jan. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529156; Joseph M. Check, Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa. 
Your eyes have told me so; words by 
B. N. Coy, music by Marvin -West- 
man [of U. S.l [2170 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529046; 
Belle N. Coy, Salina, Pa. 
Your hand in mine; words by E. B. 
Mattox, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[2171 

© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 

E 529118; Eleanor Brunon Mattox, 

Streator, 111. 

Your love light shall guide me ; 

words by J. E. Strader, music by 

George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 

York, World music pub. corp. [2172 

© Jan. 17. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 

E 528767; J. E. Strader, Carpenter, 

S. D. 

Zingarese serenade; duet, words by 

Philip H. Edwards, music by Alfred 

J. Silver [of England] ; sop. and alto. 

(Choruses in octavo form, no. 5085) 

[2173 

© Jan. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922; 

E 530590; J. Fischer & bro., New 

York. 

Zourooney. See Collection (A) of 

Syrian song melodies. 
ZulEika. See Ancliffe (Charles) Three 

vocal valses. 
? (The question) ; words and music by 
Mrs. F. W. Eue [of U. S.] [2174 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; E 530230; 
Mrs. F. W. Eue, St. Paul. 



Number of entries included in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1922: 

Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions (including 1 unpublished) 20 

Class E, Musical compositions (including 565 unpublished) 2,154 

Total 2, 174 



2528—22- 



127 



LIST OF MUSIC OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED AND EXTENDED UNDER SEC. 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 
4, 1909. [2174 



Air (L') etait doux; poesie de Maurice 
Bouchor, musique de T. Dubois. 
(Quatre melodies nouvelles, no. 1) [1 
© Theodore Dubois, Paris, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19746, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 2, 1894, no. 51208. 

Album leaf; by Frank Lynes, op. 24, 
no. 1. [2 

© Adele G. Lynes, Cambridge, 
Mass., as the widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19917, Jan. 16, 1922. Original entry, 
Dec. 8, 1894, no. 57377. ■ 

Am meerE (At the sea shore) ; von 
Stephen A. Emery, op. 13, no. 2 ; piano. 
(12 ton-bilder, in alien dur tonaten) 

[3 
© Stephen Emery, Brooklyn, Moritz 
Hauptmann Emery, Philadelphia, Sid- 
ney S. Emery, Louviers, Col., and 
Ernestine Emery Meschter, Jackson- 
ville, Tenn., as the children of the de- 
ceased author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19942, Jan. .16, 1922. 
Original entry, Dec. 31, 1894, no. 
62800. 

Annee (L') est mortE; poesie de Mau- 
rice Bouchor, musique de T. Dubois. 
(Quatre melodies nouvelles, no. 4) [4 
© Theodore Dubois, Paris, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 vears. Re- 
newal no. 19749, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 2, 1894, no. 51211. 

As pants the hart; words by Nahum 
Tate, music by H. P. Main. [5 

© Hubert P. Main, New York, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 20020, Jan. 7, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Mar. 5, 1894, no. 13010. 

Autumn (The) song; words by Ed- 
mund Clarence Stedman, music by J. 
H. Brewer, op. 6, no. 2. [6 

© John Hyatt Brewer, Brooklyn, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19915, Jan. 16, 1922. 
Original entrv, Dec. 3, 1894, no. 
56343. 

AvE Maria; musique de Jean Baptiste 
Faure ; no. 1, baryton ou mezzo sop., 
avec violon ad lib. [7 



© Helene Faure, Jean Faure, Pierre 
Faure, Paris, as the next of kin of the 
author who is not living, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 19752, Dec. 
30, 1921. Original entry, Nov. 9, 
1894, no. 52325. 

Awake thou, O SLEEPER; words by 
Mrs. E. C. Ellsworth, music by Rob- 
ert Lowry. [8 
© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, 
in extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19826, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Feb. 24, 1908, no. C 174973. 

Bachlein (Das) (The brooklet) ; von 
Stephen A. Emery, op. 13, no. 3; 
piano. (12 ton-bilder in alien dur 
tonaten) [9 

© Stephen Emery, Brooklyn, Mo- 
ritz Hauptmann Emery, Philadelphia, 
Sidney S. Emery, Louviers, Col., and 
Ernestine Emery Meschter, Jackson- 
ville, Tenn., as the children of the de- 
ceased author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19943, Jan. 16, 1922. 
Original entrv, Dec. 31, 1894, no. 
62789. 

Bagatelle ; par Francis Thome, op. 120 ; 
piano. [10 

© Marie Suzanne Fernande Thome, 
epouse Ballu, et Marie Eugenie 
Thome, Paris, Georges Paul Thome, 
Arras, France, as the children of the 
deceased author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 19729, Dec. 30, 
1921. Original entry, Aug. 31, 1894, 
no. 40055. 

Beautieul Easter day ; words by 
George Cooper, music by L. Bogart. 

[11 

© Lawrence Bogart, New York, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19678, Dec. 22, 1921. 
Original entry, Jan. 31, 1894, no. 7199. 
Beautiful heaven my home; words by 
W. O. Cushing, music by Robert 
Lowry. [12 

© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19830, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Mar. 6, 1908, no. C 175950. 



128 



BENEWALS AND EXTENSIONS 



no. 2, 1922 



2174 (26) 



Because I love you; words by S. K. 
Bolton, music by F. P. Hamlet ; mez. 
sop. in F. [13 

© Francis P. Hamlet, Hempstead, 
N. Y., as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 19973, Jan. 10, 
1922. Original entry, May 18, 1894, 
no. 25207. 

Bedouin love song; words by Bayard 
Taylor, music by P. A. Schnecker; 
bass. [14 

© Louise N. Schnecker, New York, 
as the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 19927, Jan. 
16, 1922. Original entry, Dec. 15, 
1894, no. 58602. 

BeeorE my lady's window; English 
version by John Addington Symonds, 
set to music by M. R. Lang, op. 19, 
no. 4 ; low voice. [15 

© Margaret Ruthven Lang, Boston, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19922, Jan. 16, 1922. 
Original entrv, Dec. 8, 1894, no. 
57383. 

Before Thee. Lord; words by Chas. J. 
Miller, music by W. H. Gerrish ; bass 
solo and male quartet. [16 

© William Hamilton Gerrish, Bos- 
ton, as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 20069, Feb. 1, 
1922. Original entry, Mar. 29, 1894, 
no. 17578. 

BenEdicite ; pointed for chanting and 
shortened in form, by George William 
Warren ; contralto, tenor and bass 
trio. [17 

© Chas. E. Warren, New York, as 
the child of the deceased author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19681, Dec. 22, 1921. Original entry, 
Feb. 12, 1894, no. 10044. 

Benjamin (Mr. and Mrs. Frank T.) 

COMPREHENSIVE VIOLIN METHOD ; by 

Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Benjamin. [18 
© Mrs. Frank T. Benjamin, Brook- 
lyn, as the author, in renewal for 28 
vears. Renewal no. 19664, Dec. 30, 
1921. Original entry, Sept. 10, 1894, 
no. 41344. 

Birds (The) have been singing about 
you ; waltz song, by G. Schleiffarth. 

[19 
© Geo. Schleifrarth, % W. W. Kim- 
ball co., Chicago, as the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19984, Jan. 13, 1922. Original entry, 
Oct. 25, 1894, no. 49885. 



words by Arthur J. Lamb, 

music by G. Schleiffarth. [20 

© Geo. Schleiffarth, % W. W. Kim- 
ball co., Chicago, as the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19662, Dec. 27, 1921. Original entry, 
July 12, 1894, no. 29282. 

Bitte (Please) ; von Stephen A. Emery, 
op. 13, no. 7; piano. (12 ton-bilder, 
in alien dur tonaten) [21 

© Stephen Emery, Brooklyn, Mor- 
itz Hauptmann Emery, Philadelphia, 
Sidney S. Emery, Louviers, Col., and 
Ernestine Emery Meschter, Jackson- 
ville, Tenn., as the children of the de- 
ceased author, in renewal for 28 vears. 
Renewal no. 19947, Jan. 16, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 31, 1894, no. 62793. 

Blood-bought (The) mercy seat; by 
C. A. Havens. (Summy's octavo edi- 
tion, sacred series, no. 53) [22 
© C. A. Havens, Chicago, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19870, Jan. 5, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 10, 1894, no. 57659. 

Bluebells of Scotland; waltz, by G. P. 
Ritter [pseud, of G. F. Suck] (Spring 
blossoms, easy fantasies on favorite 
melodies) [23 

© H. P. Schmidt, Jamaica Plain, 
Mass., as the executor of the author, 
in extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19957, Jan. 16, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Nov. 27, 1908, no. C 194726. 

Braune augen (Brown eyes); von 
Stephen A. Emery, op. 13, no. 9 ; piano. 
(12 ton-bilder. in alien dur tonaten) 

[24 
© Stephen Emery, Brooklyn, Mor- 
itz Hauptmann Emery, Philadelphia, 
Sidney S. Emery, Louviers, Col., and 
Ernestine Emery Meschter, Jackson- 
ville, Tenn., as the children of the de- 
ceased author, in renewal for 28 vears. 
Renewal no. 19949, Jan. 16, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 31, 1894, no. 62795. 

Breast the wave. Christian ; words 
by Joseph Stammers, music by Rob- 
ert Lowry. [25 
© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19822, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entrv, 
Feb. 24, 1908, no. C 174968. 

Brooklet (The) ; by H. Rvder ; piano. 

[26 
© Henry Ryder, % Theo. Presser 
co., Philadelphia, as the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 19980, 
Jan. 10, 1922. Original entrv, Dec. 24, 
1894, no. 60254. 



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2174 (27) 



pt. in, n. s.-, v. 17 



Brull (Ignaz) Sonate; by I. Briill, 
op. 73. [27 

© Maria Briill, Vienna, Austria, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 19933, Jan. 
16, 1922. Original entry, Dec. 29, 1894. 
no. 61117. 

Cecilian (The) series oe study and 
song ; common school course, complete 
for all voices, ed., arr. and composed 
by John W. Tufts. [28 

© Alice Cushing Tufts, Camden, 
Me., as the widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19810, Jan. 3, 1922. Original entry, 
Dec. 10, 1894, no. 57528. 

Chanson d'amour ; by E. Mever-Hel- 
mund. [29 

© Erik Meyer-Helmund, Leipzig, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19905, Jan. 13, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Mar. 5, 1894, no. 12868. 

Chant du menestral ; de Charles Mor- 
ley, op. 89, arr. par H. Tolhurst ; vio- 
lon et piano. [30 

© Henry Tolhurst, New York, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19929, Jan. 16, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 20, 1894, no. 59487. 

Chariot race; or, Ben Hur march, by 
E. T. Paull. [31 

© Edward T. Paull, New York, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19883, Jan. 10, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 10, 1894, no. 57523. 

Cheerily, lightly row ; words by Grace 
J. Frances, music by H. P. Main. [32 
© Hubert P. Main, New York, as 
the author, in extension for 14 years. 
Renewal no. 20033, Jan. 7, 1922. Re- 
newal entry, May 4, 1908, no. C 180699. 

Chevillard (CamileE) Sonate; de C. 
Chevillard, op. 8 ; piano et violon. [33 
© Camille Chevillard, Paris, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19770, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 21, 1894, no. 59644. 

Children's (The) rEvEe; by Hubbard 
W. Harris. . [34 

© Mrs. Hubbard W. Harris, Win- 
netka, 111., as the widow of the author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19858, Jan. 5, 1922. Original entry, 
Oct. 8, 1894, no. 47059. 

Chopin (Frederic Francois) Minuten 
walzer (Minute waltz) ; by F. Chopin, 
arr. bv Carl Erich [pseud, of A. Footel 

[35 



© Arthur Foote, Brookline, Mass., 
as the author, in extension for 14 years. 
Renewal no. 19953, Jan. 16, 1922. Re- 
newal entry, Oct. 9, 1908, no. C 191157. 

Cole (RossEtter G.) Novelette; by 
R. G. Cole, op. 1 ; piano, no. 1, 2. 

[36, 37 
© Rossetter G. Cole, Chicago, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19865, 19866, each Jan. 5, 
1922. Original entry, Nov. 26, 1894, 
no. 55333, 55334. 

Col. PhEtteplacE; march, by D. W. 
Reeves ; orch. [38 

© Sarah Reeves, % Carl Fischer, 
New York, as the widow of the author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
20037, Jan. 18, 1922. Original entry, 
June 26, 1894, no. 33914. 

Columbian grand march ; by Emma J. 
Rosser; piano or cabinet organ. [39 
© LeRoy Rosser, Des Moines, as 
the child of the deceased author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19689, Dec. 24, 1921. Original entry, 
Dec. 27, 1893, no. 57592. 

Come and watch the daylight; by 
W. H. Gerrish ; male voices. [40 

© William Hamilton Gerrish, Bos- 
ton, as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 20067, Feb. 1, 
1922.^ Original entry, Mar. 29, 1894, 
no. 17576. 

Come, come and SEE; words by Annie 
S. Hawks, music by Robert Lowry. 

[41 
© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19814, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Jan. 31, 1908, no. C 173165. 

Comin' thro' the Rye; waltz, by G. P. 
Ritter [pseud, of G. F. Suck] 
(Spring blossoms, easy fantasies on 
favorite melodies) [42 

© H. P. Schmidt, Jamaica Plain, 
Mass., as the executor of the author, 
in extension for 14 years. Renewal no. . 
19958, Jan. 16, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Nov. 27, 1908, no. C 194727. 

Cross of Calvary ; words by S. D. 
Phelps, music by Robert Lowry. [43 
© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, 
in extension for 14 years. Renewal 
no. 19816, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Jan. 31, 1908, no. C 173167. 



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2174 (58) 



Crowning glory; by P. P. Bilhorn. 
Rev. [44 

© Peter P. Bilhorn, Chicago, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19696, Dec. 27, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Apr. 14, 1894, no. 19449. 

Desire; English version by John Ad- 
dington Symonds, set to music by M. 
R. Lang, op. 19, no. 5 ; low voice. [45 
© Margaret Ruthven Lang, Boston, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19923, Jan. 16, 1922. 
Original entry, Dec. 8, 1894, no. 
57384. 

Discontented (The) duckling; song, 
by Jessie L. Gaynor. [46 

© Dorothy Gaynor Blake, Webster 
Groves, Mo., as the child of the de- 
ceased author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19862, Jan. 5, 1922. 
Original entry, Oct. 20, 1894, no. 
49167. 

Donizetti (Gaetano) Lord my pas- 
ture; offertory, subject from Doni- 
zetti, -arr. and adapted by Thomas 
Spencer Lloyd ; ten. and mezzo sop. 
voices. [47 

© Emily Lloyd, New York, as the 
widow of the author, in extension for 
14 years. Renewal no. 19672, Dec. 
22, 1921. Renewal entry, Jan. 4, 1908, 
no. C 171543. 

Dormir et revEr ; poesie de Georges 
Boyer, musique de T. Dubois. 
(Quatre melodies nouvelles, no. 3) 

[48 
© Theodore Dubois, Paris, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19748, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 2, 1894, no. 51210. 

Drifting; reverie, by H. K. Bechtel; 
piano. [49 

© Harry K. Bechtel, % Theo. 
P r e s s e r co., Philadelphia, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19982, Jan. 10, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 24, 1894, no. 60262. 

Earth (The) is the Lord's; words 
from Psalm 24, music by Joseph 
Mosenthal ; mixed voices. [50 

© Walter J. Mosenthal and Her- 
man O. Mosenthal, New York, as the 
children of the deceased author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19910, Jan. 16, 1922. Original entry, 
Feb. 8, 1894, no. 9402. 



Eight measure studies; by W. G. 
Smith, op. 60; piano, bk. 1. [51 

© Wilson G. Smith, Cleveland, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19983, Jan. 10, 1922. 
Original entry,. Dec. 24, 1894, no. 
60264. 

ElEGie ; by W. Ernst, arr. by Carl Erich 
[pseud, of Albert Biehl] [52 

© Marie W. C. M. Biehl, Hamburg, 
Germany, as the next of kin of the 
author who is not living, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 19906, Jan. 
16, 1922. Original entry, Feb. 8, 1894, 
no. 9112. 

Enlevement (L') de Toledad ; operette 
en trois actes, de Fabrice Carre, mu- 
sique de Edmond Audran ; partition 
chant et piano transcrite par M. Bag- 
gers. [53 
© Marius Baggers, Paris, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19754, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 16, 1894, no. 53479. 

Evening echoes ; mazurka, by A. Bris- 
tow ; piano. [54 

© Arthur Bristow, Sedalia, Mo., as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 20055, Jan. 27, 1922. 
Original entry, Dec. 26, 1894, no. 
60379. 

Fair is the morning land ; words by 
W. O. dishing, music by H. P. Main. 

[55 
© Hubert P. Main, New York, as 
the author, in extension for 14 years. 
Renewal no. 20023, Jan. 7, 1922. Re- 
newal entry, Jan. 14, 1908, no. C 172035. 

Famous (The) cadet two-step; by G. 
Scheiffarth. [56 

© Geo. Scheiffarth, Sedalia, Mo., 
as the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 20052, Jan. 27, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 1, 1894, no. 510467. 

Fancies ; a song dream, by R. M. Stults. 
New and rev. ed. [57 

© R. M. Stults, Ridley Park, Pa., 
as the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19970, Jan. 6, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Apr. 20, 1894, no. 20352. 

Fantatste dansE; de C. Delioux, op. 
116; piano. [58 

© Charles Delioux, Paris, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19772, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 21, 1894, no. 59646. 



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Fantasia on La traviata ; by S. P. 
Fachutar; mand. and piano. [59 

© Salvator P. Fachutar, Aberdeen, 
Wash., as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 19890, Jan. 10, 
1922. Original entry, Sept. 28, 1894, 
no. 45298. 

Fatal (The) wedding; words by Wm. 
H. Windom, music by G. L. Davis, 
words and music rev. by W. B. Gray. 

[60 
© William B. Gray, New Rochelle, 
N. Y., and Gussie L. Davis, Corona, 
N. Y., as the authors, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 18994, Aug. 25, 
1921. Original entry, Dec. 26, 1893, 
no. 57528. 

Ferris wheel waltz; by D. W. Crist; 
piano or cabinet organ. [61 

© D. W. Crist, Alliance, O., as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19688, Dec. 24, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 27, 1893, no. 57591. 

Fife and drum patrol ; by S. Seiler. [62 
© Siegfried Seiler, Los Angeles, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 vears. 
Renewal no. 19776, Jan. 3, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Jan. 19, 1894, no. 4853. 

Follow Me; words by Kate S. Burr, 
music by Robert Lowry. [63 

© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 vears. Renewal no. 
19813, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Jan. 31, 1908, no. C 173162. 

Follow on ; words by W. O. Cushing, 
music by Robert Lowry. [64 

© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19827, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entrv, 
Feb. 24, 1908, no. C 174974. 

For AlliE ; by C. F. Stayner, op. 3, no. 5. 

[65 
© Charles Frederick Stayner, Salt 
Lake City, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 19666, Dec. 
17, 1921. Original- entry, Apr. 16, 1894, 
no. 19650. 



Fourth solemn mass in D ; by E. 
Marzo, op. 35 ; four voices and orch. 
Vocal sc. [66 

© Eduardo Marzo, New York, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19667, Dec. 20, 1921. Orig- Grief (The) of love; English version 
inal entry, Feb. 1, 1894, no. 8006. | ■ by John Addington Symonds, set to 

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Freely it flows ; words by Wm. Stev- 
. enson, music by Robert Dowry. [67 
© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19835, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entrv, 
Mar. 6, 1908, no. C 175957. 

Gabriel's Easy duetts for the piano; 
by C. H. Gabriel. [68 

© Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19880, Jan. 9, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Jan. 18, 1894, no. 4739. 

Gathering fiome to the silent shore; 
words bv W. O. Cushing, music by 
H. P. Main. [69 

© Hubert P. Main, New York, as 
the author, in extension for 14 vears. 
Renewal no. 20024, Jan. 7, 1922." Re- 
newal entry, Jan. 14, 1908, no. C172039. 

Gfrrtsh collection, no. 508, supple- 
ment ; by W. H. Gerrish. [70 
© William Hamilton Gerrish, Bos- 
ton, as the author, in renewal for 28 
vears. Renewal no. 20071, Feb. 1, 
1922. Original entry, May 9, 1894, no. 
23601. 

Giffe's male choir book; by W. T. 
Giffe. [71 

© W. T. Giffe, Logansport, Ind., 
as the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19665, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 26, 1894, no. 55157. 

Girard gavotte ; bv C. F. Fondey ; piano. 

[72 
© Charles F. Fondey, Shanghai, 
China, as the author, in renewal for 28 
vears. Renewal no. 19976, Jan. 10, 
1922. Original entrv, Oct. 29, 1894, 
no. 50557. 

Give me one sigh ;" words by Kathleen 
Green, music by L. Ronald; no. 1, 
in F. [73 

© Landon Ronald, London, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years,. Re- 
newal no. 19902, Jan. 12, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 17, 1894, no. 58829. 

Gounod (Charles Francois) L'aveu; 
poesie de Jean Rameau, derniere melo- 
die de C. Gounod. [74 

© Jean Charles Marie Augustin 
Gounod, and Jeanne Hortense Victoire 
Gounod, veuve Lassus de Saint Genies, 
Paris, as the children of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19774, Dec. 30, 1921. Original entry, 
Dec. 21, 1894, no. 59648. 



RENEWALS AND EXTENSIONS 



no. 2, 1922 



2174 (90) 



music by M. R. Lang, op. 19, no. 3 ; 
low voice. [75 

© Margaret Ruthven Lapg, Boston, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19921, Jan. 16, 1922. 
Original entry, Dec. 8, 1894, no. 
57382. 

Guide me, oh Thou Great Jehovah ; 
by W. H. Gerrish ; male voices. [76 
© William Hamilton Gerrish, Bos- 
ton, as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 20074, Feb. 1, 
1922. Original entry, Dec. 28, 1894, 
no. 60857. 

Gurutt (Cornelius) 24 melodious 
studies; by C. Gurlitt, op. 201. bk. 
1, 2. [77, 78 

© Otto Gurlitt and Franz Gurlitt, 
Hamburg, Germany, Paul Gurlitt, Al- 
tona, Germany, as the children of the 
deceased author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 19925, 19926, 
each Jan. 16, 1922. Original entry, 
Dec. 15, 1894, no. 58600, 58601. 

Handel (Georg FriEdrich) Aria from 
Haendel's Susanna; by Albert La- 
vignac, ed. by Edward A. MacDowell ; 
piano. . [79 

© Marian MacDowell, Peter- 
borough, N. H., as the widow of the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19939, Jan. 16, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 31, 1894, no. 62164. 

■ Come and trip it ; dance song, air 

by Handel, arr. by M. Carmichael ; no. 
2 in B minor. [80 

© Mary Carmichael, London, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19900, Jan. 12, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Aug. 8, 1894, no. 37056. 

Hark, hark, my soul; by W. H. Ger- 
rish ; male voices. . [81 
© William Hamilton Gerrish, Bos- 
ton, as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 20072, Feb. 1, 
1922. Original entry, Dec. 28, 1894, 
no. 60855. 

Harrts (Hubbard W.) Idyll; by H. 
W. Harris ; piano. [82 

© Mrs. Hubbard W. Harris, Win- 
netka, 111., as the widow of the author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19857, Jan. 5, 1922. Original entry, 
Oct. 8, 1894, no. 47058. 

Hear the Master call for reapers; 
words by Wm. Stevenson, music by 
Robert Lowry. [83 



© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, m 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19831, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Mar. 6, 1908, no. C 175951. 

Heaven unfolds its portals wide; by 
John A. West. (Summy's octavo ed. 
sacred series, no. 47) [84 

© Joseph West, West Chicago, 111., 
as the child of the deceased author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19853, Jan. 5, 1922. Original entry,. 
Feb. 12, 1894, no. 10050. 

Hide Thou me; words by Fanny J. 
Crosby, music by Robert Lowry. [85 
© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19824, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entry 
Feb. 24, 1908, no. C 174971. 

Home in story; words by Fanny J. 
Crosby, music by Robert Lowry. [86 
© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19823, Tan. 4, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Feb. 24, 1908, no. C 174969. 

Hosanna in the highest; words by 
Grace J. Frances ; music bv H. P. 
Main. [87 

© Hubert P. Main, % Biglow & 
Main, New York, as the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
20022, Jan. 7, 1922. Original entrv, 
Aug. 18, 1894, no. 38453. 

HubEr (Hans) Intermezzo; by Hans 
Huber, op. 94, no. 4, ed. by Edward 
A. MacDowell; piano. [88 

© Marian MacDowell, Peter- 
borough, N. H., as the widow of the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19938, Jan. 16, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 31, 1894, no. 62163. 

I am resting in hopE; words by Grace 
J. Frances, music by H. P. Main. [89 
© Hubert P. Main, New York, as 
the author, in extension for 14 years. 
Renewal no. 20028, Jan. 7, 1922. Re- 
newal entry, Jan. 14, 1908, no. C 172045. 

I know a bank ; by Henry Parker. 
(Two Shakesperian songs for mezzo- 
soprano) [90 
© Nellie Louise Parker, London, 
as the child of the deceased author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19972, Jan. 10, 19?2. Original entry, 
Tan. 10, 1894, no. 3041. 



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pt. in, n. s., v.' 17 



I will urT up mine Eyes; trio, words 
from Psalm 121, music by John B. 
Marsh ; sop., alto and ten. [91 

© Walter V. V. Marsh, New York, 
as the child of the deceased author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19677, Dec. 22, 1921. Original entry, 
Jan. 9, 1894, no. 2977. 

In MaytimE; by G. P. Ritter [pseud, of 
G. F. Suck] (Octavo series, women's 
voices, no. 5) [92 

© H. P. Schmidt, Jamaica Plain, 
Mass., as the executor of the author, 
in extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19959, Jan. 16, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Nov. 27, 1908, no. C 194728. 

In the greenwood ; English version by 
John Addington Symonds, set to music 
by M. R. Lang, op. 19, no. 2 ; low voice. 

[93 
© Margaret Ruthven Lang, Boston, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19920, Jan. 16, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 8, 1894, no. 57381. 

Incredule (L') ; poesie de Paul Ver- 
laine, musique de R. Hahn. (Six mel- 
odies, no. 3) [94 
© Reynaldo Hahn, Paris, as the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 vears. Renewal 
no. 19722, Dec. 30, 1921. Original 
entry, July 5, 1894, no. 28376. 

Joyfully onward I move; by C. A. 
Havens. (Summy's octavo edition, 
sacred series, no. 52) [95 

© C. A. Havens, Chicago, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19871, Jan. 5, 1922. Original 
entry, Dec. 10, 1894, no. 57660. 

Jubilate in G ; by W. W. Gilchrist. [96 
© Helene Gilchrist, New York, as 
the widow of the author, in extension 
for 14 years. Renewal no. 19676, Dec. 
22, 1921. Renewal entrv, Apr. 6, 1908, 
no. C 178331. 

Just for to-day; sacred song, by J. B. 
Abbott. [97 

© Jane Bingham Abbott, Chicago, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19859, Jan. 5, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Oct. 8, 1894, no. 47060. 

© Otto Pfefferkorn, Gainesville, Ga., 
as the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19855, Jan. 5, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Aug. 8, 1894, no. 37147. 

KiNDERSPiEL (Child's play) ; von Stephen 
A. Emery, op. 13, no. 10; piano. (12 
ton-bilder, in alien dur tonaten) [99 



© Stephen Emery, Brooklyn, Mo- 
ritz Hauptmann Emery, Philadelphia, 
Sidney S. Emery, Louviers, Col., and 
Ernestine Emery Meschter, Jackson- 
ville, Tenn., as the children of the de- 
ceased author, in renewal for 28 vears. 
Renewal no. 19950, Jan. 16, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 31, 1894, no. 62796. 

King Eric (Konig Erich) ; gedicht von 
R. Reinick, English version by F. W. 
Bancroft, musik von Nicolai von Wilm, 
op. 129. [100 

© Jenny von Wilm, Wiesbaden, Ger- 
many, as the widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19914, Jan. 16, 1922. Original entry, 
Nov. 19, 1894, no. 53902. 

Lazzari (Sylvio) Sonate ; de S. Laz- 
zari, op. 24; violon et piano. [101 

© Sylvio Lazzari, Suresnes, France, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19742, Dec. 30, 1921. 
Original entrv, Oct. 19, 1894. no. 
48953. 

Lead, kindly ijght; by W. H. Gerrish; 
male voices. [102 

© William Hamilton Gerrish, Bos- 
ton, as the author, in renewal for 28 
vears. Renewal no. 20073, Feb. 1, 1922. 
Original entry, Dec. 28, 1894, no. 60856. 

Leslie's day school carols ; by Chas. 
E. Leslie. [103 

© Mrs. Chas. E. Leslie, Madison, 
Wis., as the widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 vears. Renewal no. 
19839, Dec. 21, 1921. Original entrv, 
July 23, 1894, no. 35308. 

Let us labor and be faithful; words 
by Grace J. Frances, music by H. P. 
Main. [104 

© Hubert P. Main, % Biglow & 
Main co., New York, as the author, in 
renewal for 28 vears. Renewal no. 
20019. Tan. 7, 1922. Original entry, 
Feb. 9, 1894, no. 9549. 

Litt your glad voices; anthem for 
Easter, by W. E. Haesche ; quartet 
or cho. [105 

© Wm. E. Haesche, New Haven, 
Conn., as the author, in renewal for 28 
vears. Renewal no. 19680, Dec. 22, 
1921. Original entry, Feb. 5, 1894, no. 
8729. 

Little Jack Horner; humorous glee, 
arr. from Caldicott by Frederic A. 
Lyman. (Beacon series of vocal selec- 
tions for schools, classes and choruses) 

[106 



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no. 2, 1922 



2174 (122) 



© Mrs. F. A. Lyman, % Silver, 
Burdett & co., Boston, as the widow of 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19783, Jan. 3, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Feb. 26, 1894, no. 11613. 

Long ago; words by Josephine Pollard, 
music by Robert Lowry. [107 

© Mary Runyon Pollard, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19820, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Feb. 24, 1808, no. C 174966. 

Longing; by J. Lenzen ; piano. [108 

© Jacob Lenzen, Sedalia, Mo., as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 20053, Jan. 27, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 26, 1894, no. 60361. 

Lorraine mazurka ; by S. P. Fachutar. 
1. Piano. — 2. Mandolin and piano. 

[109, 110 
© Salvator Peter Fachutar, Aber- 
deen, Wash., as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 19888, 
19889, each Jan. 10, 1922. Original 
entry, Sept. 28, 1894, no. 45296, 45297. 

Love is" a bird; song, by R. G. Cole, 
op. 2, no. 2. [Ill 

© Rossetter G. Cole, Chicago, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19868, Jan. 5, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 26, 1894, no. 55336. 

LovE LIES bleeding; by J. W. Parson 
Price. 1. Edition in F. — 2. Edition in 
A flat. [112 

© Mrs. Vernon Williams, New 
York, as the child of the deceased 
author, in extension for 14 years. Re- 
newal no. 19671, Dec. 22, 1921. Re- 
newal entry, Jan. 4, 1908, no. C 171541, 
171542. 

Love's awakening ; duet, words and 
music by H. C. Verner, arr. by Henry 
S. Sawyer. [113 

© H. C. Verner, % S. Brainard's 
sons co., Chicago, as the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19964, Jan. 17, 1922. Original entry, 
July 30, 1894, no. 42797. 

• waltz song, words and music by 

H. C. Verner. [114 

© H. C. Verner, % S. Brainard's 
sons co., Chicago, as the author, in 
renewal for 28 vears. Renewal no. 
19962, Jan. 17, 1922. Original entry. 
May 11, 1894, no. 24057. 

Lucia di Lammermoor; fantasia, by 
S. P. Fachutar ; mandolin and piano. 

[115 



© Salvator Peter Fachutar, Aber- 
deen, Wash., as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 19886, Jan. 
10, 1922. Original entry, May 9, 1894, 
no. 23555. 

MacDowell (Edward Alexander) 
Barcarolle in F ; by E. A. MacDowell, 
op. 18, no. 1. New ed., rev. by the 
composer. [116 

© Marian MacDowell, Peter- 
borough, N. H., as the widow of the 
author,. in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19931, Jan. 16, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 20, 1894, no. 59524. 

Witches dance (Hexentanz) ; by 

E. A. MacDowell, op. 17, no. 2. New 
ed., rev. by the composer. [117 

© Marian MacDowell, Peter- 
borough, N. H., as the widow of ihe 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19930, Jan. 16, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 20, 1894, no. 59523. 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis; set to 
music by P. C. Lutkin ; in B flat. 

[118 
© P. C. Lutkin, Evanston, 111., as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19863, Jan. 5, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 2, 1894, no. 51325. 

Maschka ; deuxieme mazurka, by E. 
Meyer-Helmund. [119 

© Erik Meyer-Helmund, Leipzig, 
as the author, in" renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19904, Jan. 13, 1922. 
Original entry, Mar. 5, 1894, no. 
12867. 

Masonic chants ; by W. H. Gerrish ; 
male voices. (Gerrish collection, no. 
526) [120. 

© William Hamilton Gerrish, Bos- 
ton, as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 20075, Feb. 1, 
1922. Original entry, Dec. 28, 1894, 
no. 60858. 

Massenet (Jules Emile Frederic) 
Aphrodite symphonique ; from Thais, 
par Jules Massenet ; transcription pour 
piano, 4 mains. [121 

© Marie Constance de Gressy, veuve 
Massenet, Paris, as the widow of the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19721, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, July 6, 1894, no. 28375. 



Bouquet de melodies ; de La Na- 

varraise de J. Massenet, par J. A. 

[122 



vai 

Anschiitz ; piano. 



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© Charles Desire Robert Mariston, 
Romilly sur Seine, France, as the 
executor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19757, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 16, 1894, no. 53482. 

— Das madchen von Navarra ; lyrische 
episode in zwei akten von Jules Clare- 
tie und Henri Cain, deutsch von Max 
Kalbeck, rnusik von J. Massenet ; cla- 
vierauszug mit text. En allemand. 

[123 
© Louise Constance de Gressy, veuve 
J. Massenet, Paris, as the widow of 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19743, Dec. 30, 1921. 
Original entry, Oct. 19, 1894, no. 
48954. 

— Meditation de Thais ; de J. Masse- 
net, transcription par J. A. Anschiitz ; 
harmonium et piano. [124 

© Charles Desire Robert Mariston, 
Romilly sur Seine, France, as the 
executor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19765, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 7, 1894, no. 57010. 

transcription par Paul 

Taffanel; flute et piano. . [125 

© Genevievre Deslignieres, veuve 
Paul Taffanel, Paris, as the widow of 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19764, Dec. 30, 1921. 
Original entrv, Dec. 7, 1894, no. 
57009. 

op. 178, transcription par 

J. Pietrapertosa; mandoline et piano. 

[126 
© Janvier Pietrapertosa, Paris, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19744, Dec. 30, 1921. 
Original entry, Oct. 19, 1894, no. 
48955. 

— La Navarraise ; par J. Massenet. 
1. Partition d'orch. — 2. Partition piano 
solo, par Leon Roques. [127, 128 

© Louise Constance de Gressy, veuve 
Jules Massenet, Paris, as the widow 
of the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19733, 19736, each Dec. 
30, 1921. Original entrv, Sept. 21, 28, 
1894, rio. 44226, 45317. " 

— La Navarrese ; episodio lirico in due 
atti, parole di Giulio Claretie ed Enrico 
Cain, traduzione Italiana di A. Galli, 
musica di G. Massenet, riduzione per 
canto e pf. [129 

© Louise Constance de Gressy, veuve 
Jules Massenet, Paris, as the widow 
of the author, in renewal for 28 years. 



Renewal no. 19755, Dec. 30, 192L 
Original entry, Nov. 16, 1894, no. 

53480. 

— Nocturne de la Navarraise ; de J. 
Massenet, transcription par J. A. 
Anschiitz; harmonium et piano. [130 

© Charles Desire Robert Mariston, 
Romilly sur Seine, France, as the 
executor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19763, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 7, 1894, no. 57008. 

- episode de Massenet, transcrip- 
tion par J. Delsart ; violoncelle et piano. 

[131 
© Jules Delsart, Paris, as the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Renewal 
no. 19773, Dec. 30, 1921. Original 
entry, Dec. 21, 1894, no. 50647. 

— ■ episode lyrique de J. Massenet, 

transcription par Ad Herman ; flute et 
piano, no. 5 [132 

© Louise Constance de Gressy, veuve 
Jules Massenet, Paris, as the widow of 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19738, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Oct. 5, 1894, no. 46567. 

arr. par C. Malherbe ; 

piano, 4 mains. [133 

© Charles Malherbe, Paris, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19734, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Sept. 21, 1894, no. 44227. 

— ■ edition facilitee par J. A. 

Anschiitz; piano seul. [134 

© Louise Constance de Gressy, veuve 
Jules Massenet, Paris, as the widow of 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewalno. 19739, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Oct. 5, 1894, no. 46568. 

transcription de A. Her- 
man; violon et piano. [135 
© Adolphe Herman, Paris, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19730, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Sept. 7, 1894, no. 41004. 

— ■ op. 179, transcription par 

T. Pietrapertosa ; mandoline et piano, 
no. 7. [136 

© Janvier Pietrapertosa, Paris, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 vears. 
Renewal no. 19745,-Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Oct. 19, 1894, no. 48956. 

— O salutaris ; musique de J. Masse- 
net ; sop., avec ace. d'orgue ou har- 
monium, harpes et chceur ad lib. [137 



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2174 (152) 



© Marie Constance de Gressy, veuve 
J. Massenet, Paris, as the widow of the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19724, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Aug. 10, 1894, no. 37452. 

Portrait de Manon ; de J. Massenet; 

partition d'orch. [138 

© Louise Constance de Gressy, veuve 
Jules Massenet, Paris, as the widow of 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19737, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Sept. 28, 1894, no. 45318. 

Rittrato (II) di Manon; opera co- 

mico in un atto, di Georgio Boyer, 
musica di G. Massenet, traduzione rit- 
mica italiana di A. Galli. [139 

© Louise Constance de Gressy, veuve 
Jules Massenet, Paris, as the widow of 
the author, in renewal for 28 vears. 
Renewal no. 19758, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 23, 1894, no. 54799. 

■ Thais; par T. Massenet; partition 

d'orch. [140 

© Louise Constance de Gressy, veuve 
Jules Massenet, Paris, as the widow of 
the author, in renewal for 28 vears. 
Renewal no. 19732, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Sept. 21, 1894, no. 44225. 

Tristesse ; poesie de P. Carrier, mu- 

sique de J. Massenet. [141 

© Louise Constance de Gressy, veuve 
Jules Massenet, Paris, as the widow of 
the author, in renewal for 28 vears. 
Renewal no. 19756, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 16, 1894, no. 54481. 

Mazurka favori ; by Frank Lynes, op. 
24, no. 2. [142 

© Adele G. Lynes, Cambridge, Mass., 
as the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 19918, Jan. 
16, 1922. Original entry, Dec. 8, 1894, 
no. 57378. 

Memories of the past; reverie, by R. 
Jackson; pianoforte. [143 

© Robert Jackson, San Diego, Calif., 
as the author, in renewal for 28 vears. 
Renewal no. 20064, Feb. 1, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Jan. 2, 1895, no. 525. 

Momento capriccioso; by W. VanWes- 
terhout, ed. by Edward A. MacDowell ; 
piano. [144 

© Marian MacDowell, Peterbor- 
ough, N. H., as the widow of the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 vears. Renewal 
no. 19940, Jan. 16, 1922. Original entry, 
Dec. 31, 1894, no. 62165. 



Motif varie ; de C. Delioux, op. 115; 
piano. [145 

© Charles Delioux, Paris, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19771, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 21, 1894, no. 59645. 

Mozart (Wolfgaxg Amadeus) Minuet 
from Don Giovanni; by Mozart, arr. 
by Carl Erich [pseud, of A. Foote] 

[146 
© Arthur Foote, Brookline, Mass., 
as the author, in extension for 14 years. 
Renewal no. 19954, Jan. 16, 1922. Re- 
newal entry, Oct. 9, 1908, no. C 191158. 

My ain sailor laddie ; words by George 
Cooper, music by H. P. Main. [147 
© Hubert P. Main, % Biglow & 
Main co., New York, as the author, 
in extension for 14 vears. Renewal no. 
20034, Jan. 7, 1922. Renewal entry, 
May 4, 1908, no. C 180702. 

My axe of steel; words by C. D. Bing- 
ham, music by C. A. Havens ; bass. 

[148 
© C. A. Havens, Chicago, as the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 vears. Renewal 
no. 19861, Jan. 5, 1922. " Original entrv, 
Oct. 20, 1894, no. 49166. 

My lady's bower ; song by Hope Tem- 
ple, transcription for the piano by P. 
A. Schnecker. [149 

© Louise N. Schnecker, New York, 
as the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 19937, Jan. 
16, 1922. Original entrv, Dec." 31, 
1894, no. 62162. 

My sweetheart; polka, by S. P. Fachu- 
tar; piano solo. [150 

© Salvator Peter Fachutar, Aber- 
deen, Wash., as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 19892, Jan. 
10, 1922. Original entry, Oct. 1, 1894, 
no. 45766. 

My turtle dove; English version by 
John Addington Symonds, set to mu- 
sic by M. R. Lang, op. 19, no. 1 ; low 
voice. [151 

© Margaret Ruthven Lang, Boston, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 vears. 
Renewal no. 19919, Jan. 16, '1922. 
Original entrv, Dec. . 8, 1894, no. 
57380. 

Nach dEm ballE (After the ball) ; von 
Stephen A. Emery, op. 13, no. 1 ; 
piano. (12 ton-bilder, in alien dur 
tonaten) [152 

© Stephen Emery, Brooklyn, Mo- 
ritz Hauptmann Emery, Philadelphia, 



137 



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2174 (153) 



pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



Sidney S. Emery, Louviers, Col,, and 
Ernestine Emery Meschter, Jackson- 
ville, Tenn., as the children of the de- 
ceased author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19941, Jan. 16, 1922. 
Original entry, Dec. 31, 1894, no. 
62799. 

Name (The) of Jesus ; words by W. O. 
Cushing, music by H. P. Main. [153 
© Hubert P. Main, % Biglow & 
Main co., New York, as the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
20029, Jan. 7, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Jan. 14, 1908, no. C 172046. 

National school library of song, 
no. 1 ; ed. by L. R. Lewis. [154 

© Leo R. Lewis, Somerville, Mass., 
as the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19874, Jan. 6, 1922. 
Original entry, Dec. 18, 1894, no. 
59029. 

Naval RESERVE march; by R. Jackson; 
pianoforte. [155 

© Robert Jackson, San Diego, 
Calif., as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 20065, Feb. 1, 
1922. Original entry, Jan. 5, 1895, no. 
2013. 

Never shall I eorget you ; words by 
Grace J. Frances, music by H. P. 
Main. [156 

© Hubert P. Main, % Biglow & 
Main co.. New York, as the author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
20021, Jan. 7, 1922. Original entry, 
Apr. 10, 1894, no. 18799. 

Nim m ER m E h r (Never more) ; von 
Stephen Emery, op. 13, no. 5 ; piano. 
(12 ton-bilder, in alien dur tonaten) 

[157 
© Stephen Emery, Brooklyn, Mo- 
ritz Hauptmann Emery, Philadelphia, 
Sidney S. Emery, Louviers, Col., and 
Ernestine Emery Meschter, Jackson- 
ville, Tenn., as the children of the de- 
ceased author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19945, Jan. 16, 1922. 
Original entry, Dec. 31, 1894, no. 
62791. 

No, no, no; words by Grace J. Frances, 
music by H. P. Main. [158 

© Hubert P. Main, % Biglow & 
Main co., New York, as the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
20032, Jan. 7, 1922. Renewal entry, 
May 4, 1908, no. C 180696. 

No room eor Jesus ; words by W. F. 
Crafts, music by Robert Lowry. [159 



© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19819, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Feb. 24, 1908, no. C 174965. 

Not ashamed of Jesus ; words by 
Joseph Griggs, music by E. O. Excell. 

[160 

© E. J. Excell, Chicago, as the 

widow of the author, in renewal for 28 

years. Renewal no. 19695, Dec. 27, 

1921. Original entry, Nov. 5, 1894, 
no. 51779. 

Nous nous aimerons ; poesie de Mau- 
rice Boucher, musique de T. Dubois. 
(Quatre melodies nouvelles, no. 2) 

[161 
© Theodore Dubois, Paris, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19747, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 2, 1894, no. 51209. 

Now faintly glimmering; words and 
music by W. H. Gerrish. [162 

© William Hamilton Gerrish, Bos- 
ton, as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 20066, Feb. 1, 

1922. Original entry, Mar. 29, 1894, 
no. 17575. 

Now from the Orient ; by W. H. Ger- 
rish; male voices. [163 
© William Hamilton Gerrish, Bos- 
ton, as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 20068, Feb. 1, 
1922. Original entry, Mar. 29, 1894, 
no. 17577. 

O, LET ME TELL IT ONCE AGAIN J words 

by Kate S. Burr, music by Robert 
Lowry. [164 

© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19818, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Feb. 24, 1908, no. C 174963. 

O wild bird, tell me, tell me fair 
(Sag an, O lieber vogel mein) ; Ger- 
man words by Frederick Hebbel, tr. 
by W. W. Caldwell, music by Frank 
Lynes, op. 22, no. 1. [165 

© A dele G. Lynes, Cambridge, 
Mass., as the widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19935, Jan. 16, 1922. Original entry, 
Dec. 31, 1894, no. 61948. 

Obelisk galop; by D. W. Crist; piano 
or cabinet organ. [166 

© D. W. Crist, Alliance, O., as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19690, Dec. 24, 1921. 
Original entry, Dec. 27, 1893, no. 
57593. 



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no. 2, 1922 



2174 (184) 



Ohio; whistling barn dance, by W. A. 
Elkin. [167 

© William W. A. Elkin, London, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19901, Jan. 12, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 27, 1894, no. 55423. 

Old (The) belfry chimes; nocturne, 
by H. C. Verner. [168 

© H. C. Verner, % S. Brainard's 
sons co., Chicago, as the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19963, Jan. 17, 1922. Original entry, 
May 11, 1894, no. 24058. 

Old (The) church bell; by F. H. 
Colby. [169 

© Frank H. Colby, Los Angeles, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19985, Jan. 16, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Apr. 27, 1894, no. 21808. 

On Christmas morn; Christmas carol, 
by A. F. McCarrell. ( Summy's octavo 
edition, sacred series, no. 57) [170 

© A. F. McCarrell, Evanston, 111., 
as the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19864, Jan. 5, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 2, 1894, no. 51326. 

Once bloomed a rose in Avon town; 
words by Caroline Mischka, music by 
Frank Lynes. 1. Sop. or ten. in G. — 
2. Alto or bar. in E flat. [171 

© Adele G. Lynes, Cambridge, Mass., 
as the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 19932, Jan. 
16, 1922. Original entrv, Dec. 24, 1894, 
no. 60270, 60271. 

One true way ; words by Harriet Mc- 
Ewen Kimball, music by Robert Lown^. 

[172 
© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19825, Jan. 4, 1922, Renewal entry, 
Feb. 24, 1908, no. C 174972; 

Orpheus with his lute; by Henry 
Parker. (Two Shakesperian songs for 
mezzo-soprano) [173 

© Nellie Louise Parker, London, as 
the child of the deceased author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19971, Jan. 10, 1922. Original entry, 
Jan. 10, 1894, no. 3040. 

Our choir; by Henry F. King. [174 

© Margaret King, New York, as 
the widow of the author, in extension 
for 14 years. Renewal no. 19673, Dec. 
22, 1921. Renewal entry, Mar. 5, 1908, 
no. C 175853. 



Our girls march; by S. Seiler. [175 
© Siegfried Seiler, Los Angeles, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19777, Jan. 3, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Jan. 19, 1894, no. 4854. 

Out oe school galop; by P. B. Perry; 
piano or cabinet organ, four hands. 

[176 
© Phil B. Perry, Sedalia, Mo., as 
the author, in renewal for 28 vears. 
Renewal no. 20054, Jan. 27, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 26, 1894, no. 60374. 

Outre mer; song by R. G. Cole, op. 2, 
no. 3. [177 

© Rossetter G. Cole, Chicago, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 3-ears. 
Renewal no. 19869, Jan. 5, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 26, 1894, no. 55337. 

OuverturE de Frithiof; de T. Dubois; 
partition dorch. [178 

© Theodore Dubois, Paris, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19768, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 14, 1894, no. 58385. 

■ piano, a quatre mains. [179 

© Theodore Dubois, Paris, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19760, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 23, 1894, no. 54801. 

Ouverture symphoniouE; de T. Du- 
bois; partition d'orch. [180 
© Theodore Dubois, Paris, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19767, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 14, 1894, no. 58384. 

de T. Dubois ; piano a quatre mains. 

[181 
© Theodore Dubois, Paris, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 vears. Re- 
newal no. 19762, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 23, 1894, no. 54803. 

Pale etoile du soir ; poesie de Alfred 
de Musset, musique de C. Widor. [182 
© Charles Widor, Paris, as the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19726, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Aug. 31, 1894, no. 40051. 

Paul's favorite waltz; by N. Schiller; 
piano or cabinet organ. [183 

© Norman Schiller, Salineville, O., 
as the author, in renewal for 28 vears. 
Renewal no. 19691, Dec. 24, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 27, 1893, no. 57594. 

Pierrot surpris; ballet pantomime en 1 
acte, scenario de Thomas Maisonneuve, 
musique de A. David ; partition pour 
piano. [184 



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© Adolphe David, Paris, as the au- 
thor, m renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19725, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Aug. 17, 1894, no. 38232. 

Polish dance; by Earl R. Drake; violin 
with ace. for the piano. [185 

© Bertha C. Drake, Chicago, as the 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 19854, Jan. 5, 
1922. Original entry, June 9, 1894, 
no. 31287. 

Polonaise; by S. P. Fachutar; mandolin 
and piano. [186 

© Salvator Peter Fachutar, Aber- 
deen, Wash., as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 19887, Jan. 
10, 1922. Original entry, June 25, 
1894, no. 33470. 

PommiERS FLEuris; polka intermezzo de 
L. Ganne ; piano. [187 

© Louis Ganne, Paris, as the author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19897, Jan. 12, 1922. Original entry, 
Oct. 13, 1894, no. 47783. 

Practical harmony on a French 
basis; pt. 1, consonance, by Homer 
A. Norris. [188 

© Margaret Bishop, New York, as 
the child of the deceased author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19975, Jan. 10, 1922. Original entry, 
Oct. 22, 1894, no. 49436. 

Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore 
Htm ; by W. H. Gerrish ; male voices. 

[189 
© William Hamilton Gerrish, Bos- 
ton, as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 20070, Feb. 1, 
1922. Original entry, Alar. 29, 1894, 
no. 17579. 

Praise ye the Lord ; words by Grace J. 
Frances, music by H. P. Main. [190 
© Hubert P. Main, % Biglow & 
Main co., New York, as the author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
20017, Jan. 7, 1922. Original entrv, 
Jan. 23, 1894, no. 5829. 

Pre (Le) aux clErcs; overture, by F. 
Herold, arr. by Theo. Moses [pseud, 
of T. M. Tobanil ; orch. [191 

© Theo. M. Tobani, % Carl Fischer, 
New York, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 20038, 
Jan. 18, 1922. Original entry, July 17, 
1894, no. 34611. 

Precious happy meeting ; service, 
words bv Grace J. Frances, rgusic by 
H. P. Main. [192 

1 



© Hubert P. Main, % Biglow & 
Main co., New York, as the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
20018, Jan. 7, 1922. Original entry, 
Jan. 23, 1894, no. 5830. 

Pride op the ball; waltz, by H. C. 
Verner. [193 

© H. C. Verner, % S. Brainard's 
sons co., Chicago, as the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19961, Jan. 17, 1922. Original entry, 
Feb. 14, 1894, no. 10243. 

■ waltz song and refrain, words by 

Harry C. Clyde, music by H. C. 
Verner. [194 

© H. C. Verner, % S. Brainard's 
sons co., Chicago, as the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19960, Jan. 17, 1922. Original entry, 
Feb. 14, 1894, no. 10242. 

PriEre a la MadonE (Prayer to the 
Madonna) ; reverie par Charles Mor- 
ley, op. 83, arr. par H. Tolhurst ; vio- 
lon et piano. [195 

© Henry Tolhurst, London, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19928, Jan. 16, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 20, 1894, no. 59486. 

Rebecca ; scene biblique, poeme de Paul 
Collin, musique de Cesar Franck; par- 
tition d'orch. [196 
© Robert Franck, Therese Franck, 
epouse Chopy, Francis Franck, Paris, 
as the next of kin of the author who is 
not living, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19731, Dec. 30, 1921. 
Original entry, Sept. 14, 1894, no. 
43128. 

RecueillEmEnt ; poesie de Armand Sil- 
vestre, musique de Jean B a p t i s t e 
Faure ; no. 2, ten. Ton original. 

[197 
© Helene Faure, Jean Faure, Pierre 
Faure, Paris, as the next- of kin of the 
author who is not living, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 19761, Dec. 
30, 1921. Original entry, Nov. 23, 
1894, no. 54802. 

Resurrection; sacred song for Easter, 
words by George Cooper, music by 
Albert J. Holden ; cornet and piano 
ace. [198 

© Chas. E. Holden, Montclair, N. J., 
as the child of the deceased author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19674, Dec. 22, 1921. Renewal entry, 
Mar. 5, 1908, no. C 175854. 

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2174 (214) 



Reverie; by John A. West; violin and 
piano. [199 

© Joseph West, West Chicago, 111., 
as the child of the deceased author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19872, Jan. 5, 1922. Original entry, 
Dec. 31, 1894, no. 59005. 

Reverie parisiEnnE; intermezzo valse, 
de L. Ganne ; piano. [200 

© Louis Ganrie, Paris, as the author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19899, Jan. 12, 1922. Original entry, 
Nov. 17, 1894, no. 53667. 

Rise, glorious Conqueror, rise; words 
by Matthew Bridges, music by Robert 
Lowry. [201 

© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, 
in extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19836, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Mar. 6, 1908, no. C 175958. 

Rise, sun oe righteousness ; words by 
Mrs. K. S. Burr, music by Robert 
Lowry. , [202 

© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19821, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Feb. 24, 1908, no. C 174967. 

St. John; an oratorio, by Walter D. 
Gilbert. [203 

© Cecilia Emily Hyde, New York, 
as the child of the deceased author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19881, Jan. 9, 1922. Original entry, 
May 12, 1894, no. 24120. 

Salve Regina, no. 2 ; by Henshaw Dana. 

[204 
© Mrs. I. C. Bates Dana, Stamford, 
Conn., as the next of kin of the author, 
who is not living, in extension for 14 
years. Renewal no. 19956, Jan. 16, 
1922. Renewal entry, Oct. 29, 1908, 
no. C. 193415. 

School oe reed organ playing ; grade 2, 
studies and exercises, by Chas. M. 
Landon. [205 

© Theo. Presser co., Philadelphia, 
as the proprietor, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 19978, Jan. 10, 
1922. Original entry, Dec. 24, 1894, 
no. 60252. 

supplementary by H. D. 

Hewitt. [206 

© Theo. Presser co., Philadelphia, 
as the proprietor, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 19979, Jan. 10, 
1922. Original entry, Dec. 24, 1894, 
no. 60253. 



Schubert (Franz Peter) Marche mili- 
taire; by Schubert, arr. by Carl Erich 
[pseud, of Albert Biehl] ; in key of D. 

[207 
© Marie W. C. M. Biehl, Hamburg, 
Germany, as the next of kin of the 
author, who is not living, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 19907, Jan. 
16, 1922. Original" entry, Feb. 8, 1894, 
no. 9113. 

Moment musicale ; by F. Schubert, 

arr. by Carl Erich [pseud, of A. Foote] 

[208 
© Arthur Foote, Brookline, Mass., 
as the author, in extension for 14 years. 
Renewal no. 19955, Jan. 16, 1922. Re- 
newal entry, Oct. 9, 1908, no. C 191159. 

Thou art the rest (Dubist die ruh) ; 

by F. Schubert, transcribed by F. 
Liszt, rev. and fingered by A. Foote. 

[209 
© Arthur Foote, Brookline, Mass., 
as the author, in renewal for 28 vears. 
Renewal no. 19916, Jan. 16, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 8, 1894, no. 57376. 

SchwalbEn (Die) (The swallows) ; von 
Stephen Emery, op. 13, no. 6 ; piano. 
(12 ton-bilder, in alien dur tonaten) 

[210 
© Stephen Emery, Brooklyn, Mo- 
ritz Hauptmann Emery, Philadelphia, 
Sidney S. Emery, Louviers, Col., and 
Ernestine Emery Meschter, Jackson- 
ville, Tenn., as the children of the de- 
ceased author, in renewal for 28 vears. 
Renewal no. 19946, Jan. 16, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 31, 1894, no. 62792. 

SEE the conqueror; words by Chris- 
topher Wordsworth, music by Robert 
Lowr}'. [211 

© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 vears. Renewal no. 
19829, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Mar. 6, 1908, no. C 175947. 

Serenade Espagnole; de I. Philipp ; 
piano. [212 

© Isidore Philipp, Paris, as the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 vears. Re- 
newal no. 19751, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 9, 1894, no. 52324. 

Shadowtown ; sway to and fro, words 
by Lilian Dynevor Rice, music by 
Frank Lvnes. 1. a. Sop. or ten. in E. — ■ 
b. Alto or bar. in C— 2. Duet, op. 22, 
no. 2. [213, 214 

© Adele G. Lynes, Cambridge, Mass., 
as the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 19934, 19936, 



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2174 (215) 



pt. in, n. s. 



17 



each Jan. 16, 1922. Original entry, 
Dec. 29, 31, 1894, no. 61118, 61119, 
61949. 

Shall we all meet ; words arr. and 
music composed by Ira D. Sankey. [215 
© Grace Victoria Sankey, North- 
field, Mass., as the next of kin of the 
author, who is not living, in extension 
for 14 years. Renewal no. 20030, Jan. 
7, 1922. Renewal entry, Jan. 14, 1908, 
no. C 172048. 

Sheltered in the Crucified ; words by 
S. W. Cone, music by E. O. Excell. 

[216 
© E. J. Excell, Chicago, as the 
widow of the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 19693, Dec. 27, 
1921. Original entry, Nov. 5, 1894, no. 
51773. 

Sing, my soul, His wondrous love; 
trio, by John B. Marsh; contralto, ten. 
and bass. [217 

'© Walter V. V. Marsh, New York, 
as the child of the deceased author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19679, Dec. 22, 1921. Original entry, 
Feb. 3, 1894, no. 8500. 

Sinner, why in darkness; words by 
Wm. Stevenson, music by Robert 
Lowry. [218 

© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19837, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Mar. 6, 1908, no. C 175959. 

Song (The) lyre; by Chas. E. Leslie. 

[219 
© Mrs. Chas. E. Leslie, Madison, 
Wis., as the widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19840, Dec. 21, 1922. Original entry, 
Aug. 9, 1894, no. 37201. 

Song oe spring (Primula veris) ; by 
Fritz Kirchner. [220 

© Elisabeth Kirchner, Darmstadt, 
Germany, as the child of the deceased 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19913, Jan. 16, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, May 1,1894, no. 22351. 

Sounds Erom the stars ; mazurka, by 
H. C. Verner. [221 

© H. C. Verner, % S. Brainard's 
sons co., Chicago, as the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 19965, 
Jan. 17, 1922. Original entry, Nov. 26, 
1894, no. 55293. 



Spanish (A) romance; by Frank E. 
Sawyer. [222 

© Mary L. Sawyer, Ellensburg, 
N. Y., as the next of kin of the author 
who is not living, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 19911, Jan. 16, 
1922. Original entry, Mar. 10, 1894, 
no. 13859. 

Spinning lay ; by Richard Goerdeler ; 
piano. [223 

© Wilhelmina C. A. Goerdeler, % 
Theo. Presser co., Philadelphia, as the 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 19981, Jan. 10, 
1922. Original entry, Dec. 24, 1894, 
no. 60256. 

Standard graded course of studies ior 
the pianoforte; standard grade 7, 8, 
compiled by W. S. B. Mathews. 2 v. 

[224 
© Theo. Presser co., Philadelphia, 
as proprietor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19967, 19968, each Dec. 
30, 1921. Original entry, Apr. 27, 
1894, no. 21813, 21814. 

■ standard grade 9, compiled bv W. S. 

B. Mathews. [225 

© Theo. Presser co., Philadelphia, 
as proprietor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19969, Dec. 30, 1921. 
Original entry, Oct. 2, 1894, no. 
46058. 

Submission ; by R. L. Baldwin. (Two 
sacred songs for low voice, no. 2) 

[226 

© Ralph L. Baldwin, Hartford, as 

the author, in renewal for 28 years. 

Renewal no. 19909, Jan. 16, 1922. 

Original entry, Feb. 8, 1894, no. 9401. 

Sugar dolly ; song, by Jessie L. Gaynor. 

[227 
© Dorothy Gaynor Blake, Webster 
Groves, Mo., as the child of the de- 
ceased author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19860, Jan. 5, 1922. 
Original entry, Oct. 20, 1894, no. 
49165. 

Suite villagEoisE; de T. Dubois; par- 
tition d'orch. [228 
© Theodore Dubois, Paris, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19769, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 14, 1894, no. 58386. 

■ piano, a quatre mains. [229 

© Theodore Dubois, Paris, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 vears. Re- 
newal no. 19759, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
. inal entry, Nov. 23, 1894, no. 54800. 



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no. 2, 1922 



2174 (244) 



Sunshine in the heart; words by E. 
H. W., arr. by H. P. Main. [230 

© Hubert P. Main, % Biglow & 
Main co., New York, as the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
20016, Jan. 7, 1922. Original entry, 
Jan. 23, 1894, no. 5817. 

Sway to and fro. See Shadowtown. 

Sweet is the ltght oe Sabbath Eve; 
by R. L. Baldwin. [231 

© Ralph L. Baldwin, Hartford, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19912, Jan. 16, 1922. 
Original entry, Mar. 23, 1894, no. 
16565. 

Take me as I am ; words by Eliza H. 
Hamilton, music by Ira David Sankey. 

[232 
© Grace Victoria Sankey, North- 
field, Mass., as the next of kin of the 
author who is not living, in extension 
for 14 years. Renewal no. 20027, Jan. 
7, 1922. Renewal entry, Jan. 14, 1908, 
no. C 172043. 

Te Deum laudamus ; by C. F. Ives; 
no. 2 in G. [233 

© Gertrude Ives, New York, as the 
widow of the author, in extension for 
14 years. Renewal no. 19675, Dec. 22, 
1921. Renewal entry, Apr. 6, 1908, 
no. C 178332. 

Tele me the old, old story ; words by 
Birdie Bell, arr. bv E. O. Excell, mu- 
sic by E. O. Excell. [234 
© E. J. Excell, Chicago, as the 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 19694, Dec. 27, 
1921. Original entry, Nov. 5, 1894, 
no. 51776. 

There is a land immortal; by R. L. 
Baldwin. (Two sacred songs for low 
voice, no. 1) , [235 

© Ralph L. Baldwin, Hartford, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19908, Jan. 16, 1922. 
Original entry, Feb. 8, 1894, no. 9400. 

They have triumphed at last; words 
by W. O. Cushing, music by Robert 
Lowry. [236 

© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19817, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Feb. 24, 1908, no. C 174962. 

Thomas (Charles Louis Ambroise) 
Mignon ; overture, by A. Thomas, arr. 
by Theo. Moses [pseud, of T. M. 
Tobani] ; orch. [237 



© Theo. M. Tobani, % Carl Fischer, 
New York, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 20036, Jan. 
18. 1922. Original entry, May 18, 
1894. no. 25215. 

Thome (Francis) Valse ; par F. 
Thome, op. 119; violon et piano. [238 
© Marie Suzanne Fernande Thome, 
epouse Ballu, et Marie Eugenie 
Thome, Paris, Georges Paul Thome, 
Arras, France, as the children of the 
deceased author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 19728, Dec. 30, 
1921. Original entry, Aug. 31, 1894, 
no. 40054. 

Through the pearly gates on high ; 
words by Grace J. Frances, music by 
H. P. Main. [239 

© Hubert P. Main, % Biglow & 
Main co., New York, as the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
20026, Jan. 7, 1922. Renewal entrv, 
Jan. 14, 1908, no. C 172041. 

Thy will be done ; words by Wm. Ste- 
venson, music by Robert Lowry. (240 
© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19834, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Mar. 6, 1908, no. C 175954. 



Tr A VI ATA (La) 
La traviata. 



See also Fantasia on 



2528—22- 



Trianon ; gavotte, par Francis Thome, 
op. 116, no. 2; piano et violon. [241 
© Marie Suzanne Fernande Thome, 
epouse Ballu, et Marie Eugenie Thome, 
Paris, Georges Paul - Thome, Arras, 
France, as the children of the author, 
in renewal for 28 vears. Renewal no. 
19727, Dec. 30, 1921. Original entry, 
Aug. 31, 1894, no. 40053. 

Trintty bell ; by Richard Goerdeler ; 
pianoforte. [242 

© Wilhelmina C. A. Goerdeler, 
Philadelphia, as the widow of the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19977, Jan. 10, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Oct. 29, 1894, no. 50563. 

Trtstes pensees ; de C. Delioux, op. 116; 
piano. [243 

© Charles Delioux, Paris, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19775, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 21, 1894, no. 59649. 

Twigs and branches ; song for primary 
schools, bv H. H. Johnson and W. T. 
Giffe. [244 



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2174 (245) 



pt. in, n. s., y. 17 



© H. H. Johnson and W. T. Giffe, 
Logansport, Ind., as the authors, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19663, Dec. 30, 1921. Original entry, 
Jan. 10, 1894, no. 3017. 

Unter den eichten (Under the pines) ; 
von Stephen A. Emery, op. 13, no. 11 ; 
piano. (12 ton-bilder, in alien dur 
tonaten) [245 

© Stephen Emery, Brooklyn, Mor- 
. itz Hauptmann Emery, Philadelphia, 
Sidney S. Emery, Louviers, Col., and 
Ernestine Emery Meschter, Jackson- 
ville, Tenn., as the children of the de- 
ceased author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19951, Jan. 16, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 31, 1894, no. 62797. 

ValsE legere; by E. Meyer-Helmund. 

[246 
© Erik Meyer-Helmund, Leipzig, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 19903, Jan. 13, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Mar. 5, 1894, no. 12866. 

Verdi (Giuseppe) Traviata; selection 
from Verdi's opera, arr. by T. M. To- 
bani, op. 273 ; orch. [247 

© Theo. M. Tobani, % Carl Fischer, 
New York, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 vears. Renewal no. 20039, Jan. 
18, 1922. Original entrv, Aug. 29, 1894, 
no. 39731. 

Trovatore; selection, by S. P. Fa- 

chutar ; 1st mand., 2d mand., mandola 
and guit. [248 

© Salvator P. Fachutar, Aberdeen, 
Wash., as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 19891, Jan. 10, 
1922. Original entrv, Sept. 28, 1894, 
no. 45299. 

VictorieusE (La) ; marche defile de la 
7 e division d' infanterie, de L. Ganne ; 
piano. [249 

© Louis Ganne, Paris, as the author, 
in renewal for 28 vears. Renewal no. 
19898, Jan. 12, 1922. Original entrv, 
Oct. 13, 1894, no. 47784. 

Water liey ; arr. from Gade, by G. F. 
Wilson. (Beacon series, no. 23) [250 
© George F. Wilson, % Silver Bur- 
dett & co., Boston, as the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19.811, Jan. 3, 1922. Original entry, 
Dec. 14, 1894, no. 58336. 

Weary wanderer, stop and eisten ; 

words by Grace J. Frances, music by 

H. P. Main. [251 

© Hubert P. Main, % Biglow & 



Main co., New York, as the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
20025, Jan. 7, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Jan. 14, 1908, no. C 172040. 

WeleenspiEE (Dancing wavelets) ; von 
Stephen A. Emery, op. 13, no. 12; 
piano. (12 ton-bilder, in alien dur 
tonaten) [252 

© Stephen Emery, Brooklyn, Mor- 
itz Hauptmann Emery, Philadelphia, 
Sidney S. Emery, Louviers, Col., and 
Ernestine Emery Meschter, Jackson- 
ville, Tenn., as the children of the de- 
ceased author, in renewal for 28 vears. 
Renewal no. 19952, Jan. 16, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 31, 1894, no. 62798. 

What a shout was heard; words by 
Grace J. Frances, music by H. P. Main. 

[253 
© Hubert P. Main, % Biglow & 
Main co., New York, as the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
20031, Jan. 7, 1922. Renewal entry, 
May 4, 1908, no. C 180694. 

What is ael the world to me? words 
and music by Robert Lowry. [254 

© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 vears. Renewal no. 
19815, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entrv, 
Jan. 31, 1908, no. C 173166. 

WhEn Jesus comes ; words by W. O. 
dishing, music by Robert Lowry. [255 
© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the deceased 
author, in extension for 14 years. Re- 
newal no. 19828, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal 
entry, Mar. 6, 1908, no. 175946. 

When stars are in the quiet skies ; 
words by Lord Lytton, music by P. A. 
Schnecker ; baritone. [256 

© Louise N. Schnecker, New York, 
as the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 vears. Renewal no. 19924, Jan. 
16, 1922. Original entrv, Dec. 8, 
1894, no. 57385. 

WhieE the Earth rEmainETh ; anthem, 
by John A. West. [257 

© Joseph West, West Chicago, 111., 
as the child of the deceased author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
19856, Jan. 5, 1922. Original entry, 
Oct. 8, 1894, no. 47055. 

Who is there like Thee; words by 

J. Anastasius Freylinghausen, music 

. by Robert Lowry. [258 



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no. 2, 1922 



2174 (266) 



© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19832, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Mar. 6, 1908, no. C 175952. 

WiEGEnliEd (Cradle song) ; von Stephen 
A. Emery, op. 13, no. 8; piano, (12 
ton-bilder, in alien dur tonaten) [259 
© Stephen Emery, Brooklyn, Mo- 
ritz Hauptmann Emery, Philadelphia, 
Sidney S. Emery, Louviers, Col., and 
Ernestine Emery Meschter, Jackson- 
ville, Tenn., as the children of the 
deceased author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 19948, Jan. 16, 
1922. Original entry, Dec. 31, 1894, 
no. 62794. 

Winner's eureka method for the 
double-bass ; by Septimus Winner. 

[260 
© Margaret F. Winner, Philadel- 
phia, as the child of the deceased 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 20035, Jan. 13, 1922. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 26, 1894, no. 55305. 

World's eair grand march ; by D. W. 
Crist ;. piano or cabinet organ. [261 
© D. W. Crist, Alliance, O., as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19687, Dec. 24, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 27, 1893, no. 57590. 

Wreath (The) you wove; song by R. 

G. Cole, op. 2, no. 4. [262 

© Rossetter G. Cole, Chicago, as 

the author, in renewal for 28 years. 



Renewal no. 19867, Jan. 5, 1922. 
Original entry, Nov. 26, 1894, no. 

55335. 

Yes, we part; words by J. Denham 
Smith, music by Robert Lowry. [263 
© Mary Runyon Lowry, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the widow of the author, in 
extension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
19833, Jan. 4, 1922. Renewal entry, 
Mar. 6, 1908, no. C 175953. 

ZwEiFEL (Doubt);, von Stephen A. 
Emery, op. 13, no. 4; piano. (12 ton- 
bilder, in alien dur tonaten) [264 
© Stephen Emery, Brooklyn, Mo- 
ritz Hauptmann Emery, Philadelphia, 
Sidney S. Emery, Louviers, Col., and 
Ernestine Emery Meschter, Jackson- 
ville, Tenn., as the children of the 
deceased author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 19944, Jan. 16, 
1922. Original entry, Dec. 31, 1894, 
no. 62790. 

2 e barcarolle ; de I. Philipp ; piano. 

[265 
© Isidore Philipp, Paris, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19753, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 9, 1894, no. 52326. 

6 eme valse pour LE piano; de Auguste 
Durand, op. 96. [266 

© Marie Jacques Massacrie Durand, 
Paris, as the child of the deceased 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 19740, Dec. 30, 1921. Orig- 

- inal entry, Oct. 12, 1894, no. 47648. 



145 



LIST OF THE MUSIC USED OR LICENSED TO BE USED FOR THE MAN- 
UFACTURE OF PARTS OF INSTRUMENTS SERVING TO PRODUCE ME- 
CHANICALLY THE MUSICAL WORK UNDER SEC. 1 (E) OF THE ACT OF 
MAR. 4, 1909. [2174 



Ace oe diamonds. [267 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

After glow. [268 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

American (The) legion. [269 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Angel whispers. [270 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Angees oe the night. [271 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Appee jack. [272 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5. p. 44. 

Arbitration. [273 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Atta boy. [274 

© Goodman & Rose, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 9,' 1922 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 43. 

Back to Hawaii and me. [275 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Bang up. [276 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Because you made a plaything oe my 
love, [277 

© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 6, 1922; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 42. 



Bees wax. [278 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Beside the Shalimar ; words by Law- 
rence Hope, music by Daniel Protheroe. 

[279 

© Boosey & co., New York. Notice 

rec'd Feb. 9, 1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 38. 

Bimini Bay. [280 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 28, 1922 ; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 39. 

Bingo. [281 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Black diamond. [282 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Black wasp. [283 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Blaze oe honor. [284 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Bless you ; words by Douglas Furber, 

music by Ivor Novello. [285 

© Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 

London. Notice rec'd Jan. 27, 1922 ; 

recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Blossom time; selection; instrumental. 

[286 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 25, 1922 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 39. 

Bugle blues. [287 

© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 6, 1922; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 42. 



147 



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2174 (288) 



pt. in, n. s.,'v. 17 



Capitol city. [288 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Carolina rolling stone. [289 

© Joe Morris music co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 21, 1922 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 36. 

Carry me back to old Virgin ny ; bv 
Bland. [290 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 25, 1922; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 39. 

Checkers. [291 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Chili sauce. [292 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Chow chow. [293 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Christmas chimes. [294 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Circus liee. [295 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Commander in chief. [296 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Corporal op the guard. [297 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Cradle song; by MacFadyen. [298 

© John Church co., Cincinnati. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 28, 1922 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 41. 

Cradle time. [299 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Crossing the bar. [300 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 



Da-da-da my darling. [301 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 28, 1922; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 39. 

Dance op the bumblebees. [302 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport. Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Dance of the dragons. [303 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport. Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Dancing with ma honey. [304 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Dear old home. [305 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

December morn. [306 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport. Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Dixie; a rag caprice. [307 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport. Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Dolly Dimples. [308 

© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 6, 1922; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Donkey reel. [309 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

DOO DAH BLUES. [310 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 4, 1922; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 40. 

Dove op peace. [311 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Dream garden. [312 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Dream kiss. [313 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 



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Dream (A) of yesterday. [314 

© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 

York. Notice rec'd Feb. 6, 1922 ; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Dream visions. [315 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Dreaming at twilight. [316 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Dreams at sunset. [317 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Dreamy Hawaii. [318 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Eddie Leonard blues ; fox-trot song. 

[319 
© Edward B. Marks music co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 23, 1922 ; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 39. 

Evening shadows. [320 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Every soul has its song. [321 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Fashion. [322 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Feast of the feowers. [323 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil-, 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Ferns and feowers. [324 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Fight (The) is on. [325 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Feying fancies. [326 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 



Forget me not, my American rose. 

[327 
© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Fountain of life; by Fredk. W. Root. 

[328 
© Clayton F. Summy co., Chicago. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 10, 1922 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 44. 

Frolic of the crickets. [329 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Froeic of the waves. [330 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Garden of dreams. [331 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Garden of feowers. [332 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Garden of lilies. [333 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Garden of lilliEs. [334 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Garden of memories. [335 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Gee whiz. [336 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Gee wielikens. [337 

© Edward B. Marks music co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 28, 1922; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 39. 

General Pershing. [338 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Girl (A) I knew. [339 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 



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Glory of womanhood. [340 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Goblins. [341 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Going some. [342 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Golden spider. [343 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Golden swan. [344 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Golden wedding. [345 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Good-bye Shanghai. [346 

© Leo. Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 9, 1922; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 42. 

Good morning dearie. [347 

© T. B. Harms co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 24, 1922 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 39. 

Grace and beauty. [348 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Great (The) American. [349 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Halley's comet. [350 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Hand of friendship. [351 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Harbor of dreams. [352 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 



Hawaiian rainbow. [353 

© Joe Morris music co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 21, 1922; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 36. 

Hawaiian twilight. [354 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Heart's devotion. [355 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Heart's heaven. [356 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Hearts of promise. [357 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Heather rose. [358 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

High speed. [359 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Hold me in your heart. [360 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Home again. [361 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

HULDA FROM HOLLAND. [362 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Hummer (A) [363 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

I ain't nothing but jazz. [364 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 28, 1922; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 39. 

I'd rather had loved you and lost 
you. [365 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 28, 1922; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 39. 



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I DREAM THAT I HEAR YOU SINGING; 

words by Katerina Bogosoff, music bv 
Charles Marshall. [366 

© Boosey & co., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 9, 1922; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 38. 

I GOT IT, YOU'LL GET IT JUST THE SAME 
AS ME. [367 

© Broadway music corp., New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 1922; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 44. 

Pel be smiling when you're crying. 

[368 
© Joe Morris music co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 21, 1922; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 36. 

I'll buy the Blarney Castle, and 
raise a lot of shamrock lor you. 

[369 
© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

I'm going back to Idaho. [370 

©.Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

I'm just a lonely little kid. [371 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 4, 1922; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 40. 

I MET YOU, I LOVE YOU, I WANT YOU. 

[372 
© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

I NEED THEE EVERY hour; by Angelo 

Read. [373 

© Clayton F. Summy co., Chicago. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 10, 1922 ; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 44. 

I've got the blues, but Fm just too 

mean to cry. [374 

© Joe Morris music co., New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 21, 1922; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 36. 

I WONDER HOW THE OLD FOLKS ARE AT 
HOME. [375 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

I-X-L. [376 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 



Ie time woued teel. [377 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

If winter comes. [378 

© Will Rossiter, Chicago. Notice 

rec'd Feb. 1, 1922 i recorded, v. 5, p. 40. 

In a summer garden. [379 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

In shadowland. [380 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

In Tennessee. [381 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

In the garden of shadows and tears. 

[382 
© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

In the shadow of the desert palm. 

[383 
© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Interlude (An); by Clarence Lucas; 
piano. [384 

© Boosey & co., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 9, 1922 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 38. 

It cannot be. [385 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Jack rabbit. [386 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Jealous of you. [387 

© Joe Morris music co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 21, 1922 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 36. 

Jolly jingles. [388 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Just a little love. [389 

© Joe Morris music co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 21, 1922; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 36. 



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Just for the love of you. [390 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Just married. [391 

© Leo. Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 4, 1922; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 40. 

King bee. [392 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Learning to love. [393 

© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 6, 1922 ; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Let bygones be bygones. [394 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 28, 192'2 ; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 39. 

Let me dream. [395 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Little lost love ; words by Louise Piatt 
Houck, music by William Stickles. 

[396 
© Boosey & co., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 9, 1922; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 40. 

Little (A) more pepper. [397 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Little princess. [398 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Lonesome lips. [399 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Longing for my Dixie home. [400 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Longing for you. [401 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Love me all of the time. [402 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 



Love's caresses. [403 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Loves melody. [404 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Lulu band. [405 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Marie. [406 

© Richmond-Robbins, inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 10, 1922 ; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Mary O'Brien. [407 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 28, 1922; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 39. 

May bells. [408 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Meditation ; by Morris. [409 

© John Church co., Cincinnati. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 3, 1922; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 43. 

Miami moon. [410 

© Jack Mills, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 10, 1922 ; recorded, v. 5, 

p. 45. 

Midnight. [411 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Minstrel (The) king. [412 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Minstrels (The) [413 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Mrs. Maximum. [414 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Morning star. [415 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 



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no. 2, 1922 



2174 (441) 



My lady ; words by E. Rippon Seymour, 
music by Douglas Grant. [416 

© Boosey & co M New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 9, 1922 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 40. 

My mother's melodies. [417 

© Chas. K. Harris, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 31, 1922; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 41. 

Myra. [418 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Naomi. [419 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Neutral. [420 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Nigger toe. [421 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Oet times. [422 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Old Hickory. [423 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Old Reliable. [424 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Olden golden days. [425 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

On a mountain trail in old Virginia. 

[426 
© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

On the 'Gin 'Gin 'Ginny shore. [427 
© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 4, 1922; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 40. 
Only a memory of bygone days. [428 
© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 



Our Sammies. [429 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Our victorious nation. [430 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Out of the shadows. [431 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 28, 1922 ; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 39. 

Palace of peace. [432 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec d Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Parisian echoes. [433 

© Will Rossiter, Chicago. Notice 

rec'd Feb. 1, 1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 40. 

Pepper sauce. [434 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Persian pearl. [435 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Pioneer. [436 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Poverty. [437 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Puritan (The) [438 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Queen of love. [439 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Querida (My darling) [440 

© Edward B. Marks music co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 23, 1922; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 39. 

Rag baby. [441 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 



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Rapasz band; song. [442 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Rastus. [443 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Recess. [444 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Riverside. [445 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Roman races. [446 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Romany. [447 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 28, 1922 ; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 39. 

Rose garden. [448 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Rose tints. [449 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Rosemary ; by M. Schonberger and 
John Schonberger. [450 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd Feb. 13, 1922; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 44. 

words by Fred E. Weatherly, music 

by Kennedy Russell. [451 

© Boosey & co., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 9, 1922 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 40. 

Rosetime. [452 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5 V p. 44. 

Rosine. [453 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Rosy cheeks. [454 

© Joe Morris music co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 21, 1922; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 36. 



Rustling leaves, [455 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

SerEno. [456 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Shadows. [457 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Showers of spring. [458 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Sliding Sid, [459 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Snow (The) maiden. [460 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Some little girl. [461 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Somewhere in Honolulu. [462 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

SOOKY-OOKY BLUES. [463 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Sounds from the tropics. [464 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Spanish moon. [465 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Steeple (The) chase, [466 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Still alarm. [467 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 



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no. 2, 1922 



2174 (493) 



Story (The-) of the rose. [468 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Sun (The) wile soon be shining for 

you, sweetheart of mine. [469 

© Joe Morris music co., New York. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 21,-1922; recorded, 

v. 5, p. 36. 

Sunburst. , [470 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Sunrise echoes. [471 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Sunset echoes. [472 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Sunset glow. [473 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Sunset limited. [474 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Sunshine valley. [475 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
Hamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Susquehanna shore. [476 

© Joe Morris music co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 21, 1922; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 36. 

Sweet Hawaiian girl of mine. [477 
© Joe Morris music co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 21, 1922; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 36. 

Syncopate, Miss Mandy. [478 

© Ben Schwartz music co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 28, 1922 ; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Tallalula band. [479 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Tangerine selection ; piano. [480 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 7, 1922 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 43. 

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Tangle foot. [481 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Tango queen. [482 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Tempest (The) [483 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Tennessee moon ; by Larry Yoell and 
Billy Hill. [484 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Notice rec'd Feb. 6, 1922 ; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Thanks to you. [485 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 30, 1922 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 41. 

That's what I'd do for you. [486 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Then I'll stop loving you. [487 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

There's a reason. [488 

© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 6, 1922 ; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 42. 

There's a red bordered flag in the 

window. [489 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 

liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 

1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

There's a star in the east. [490 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

There's always a tomorrow. [491 

© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 6, 1922; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 42. 

Thorn (A) in my heart. [492 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Thou art risen, my beloved; words by 
Marguerite Radclyffe-Hall, music by 
S. Coleridge-Taylor. [493 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTKIES 



2174 (494) 



pt. in, n. s., y. 17 



© Boosey & co., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 9, 1922; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 38. 

Toro. [494 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

TWILIGHT SHADOWS. [495 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Twinkles. [496 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Under Egyptian skies. [497 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport. Pa. Notice rec'd Tan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5. p. 42. 

Underneath the wishing moon. [498 
© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport. Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

United musician. [499 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Uona. [500 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Vacation. [501 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

VeribEst. [502 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Vesper chimes. [503 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

Vigoroso. [504 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Village (The) clown ; a rural fox trot, 
by a countrycuss. [505 

© Walter Jacobs, inc., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 6, 1922; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 42. 



Vivandiere (The) [506 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

Waetz (The) oe eove. [507 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

Weeping wieeow. [508 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 43. 

What'll you do. [509 

© Leo. Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 30, 1922 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 41. 

When I dream about that southern 

home oe mine. [510 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 

liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 

1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

When I first met you. [511 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

When it rains. [512 

© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 

York. Notice rec'd Feb. 6, 1922; 
recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

When love fills your heart with a 
song ; words by Edward Lockton, mu- 
sic by Kennedy Russell. [513 
© Boosey & co., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 9, 1922 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 38. 

When shall we meet again. [514 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 28, 1922 ; re- 
corded, v. 5, p. 39. 

When the moon shines in Ireland. 

[515 
© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 

When the roses bid summer good- 

by. [516 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 

liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 

1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 

When the roses nod their sleepy 

heads. [517 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 

liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 

1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 



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no. 2, 1922 



2174 (523) 



Where my dear lady sleeps ; words by 
Fred. E. Weatherly, music by F. S. 
Breville-Smith. [518 

© Boosey & co., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 9, 1922; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 38. 

Why do they die at the End of a 
classical dance? lyric by William 
Jerome and Alex Gerber, music by 
Jean Schwartz. [519 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 26, 1922 ; recorded, 
v. 5, p. 38. 

Woman (A) without a heart. [520 
© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 42. 



Yankee boy. [521 

© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922; recorded, v. 5, p. 41. 

You brought me lovE; words by Joan 
Hastings, music by Gladys Ross. [522 
© Boosey & co., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 9, 1922 ; recorded, v. 5, 
p. 40. . 

You're breaking my heart with good- 
bye. [523 
© Vandersloot music pub. co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. Notice rec'd Jan. 30, 
1922 ; recorded, v. 5, p. 44. 



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2175-4154 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



INCLUDING: 
LIST OF NOTICES OF USER 



1 922 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 17 

No. 3 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

LIBRARY BRANCH 

1922 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be noted by users of this Catalogue. 

HHHE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, con- 
taining the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical composi- 
tions, is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and is followed 
by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an alphabet of 
the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained hereafter. The 
arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title (except " a," " an," 
or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a grouping at the end of the 
title alphabet of such titles as will not conveniently alphabetize (e. g., titles 
beginning with numerals, dates, etc.) 

Exceptions. — (1) In the case of editions of classical music instead of scat- 
tering them under the titles, each author's works are brought together by an entry 
under the original composer's name, and for such works search should be made 
in this number under the following names: Auber (Daniel Frangois Esprit); 
Bach (Johann Sebastian); Beethoven (Ludwig van); Brahms (Johannes); 
Chaminade (Cecile Louise Stephanie); Chopin (Frederic Frangois); Delibes 
(Clement Philibert Leo); Godard (Benjamin Louis Paul); Gounod (Charles 
Francois); Handel (Georg Friedrich); Liszt (Franz); Massenet (Jules Emile 
Frederic) ; Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Ludwig Felix) ; Paganini (Niccolo) ; 
Rossini (Gioacchino Antonio); Saint-Saens (Charles Camille); Schubert (Franz 
Peter); Schumann (Robert Alexander); Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch); Verdi 
(Giuseppe); Wagner (Richard) In the case of all such works, however, there 
are cross references in the title alphabet from the title of each work. 

(2) Collections having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 etudes 
elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying titles, but 
designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," " march," " can- 
tata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu," " sonata," " etude," " study," •' ex- 
ercise," etc., without differentiating words and only identifiable by the name of 
the composer) are entered under the composer's name without cross reference from 
the titles. 

Imprints. — As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also the 
claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and address of 
the publisher differ from those of the copyright proprietor, mention of the fact 
is made at the end of the title as an imprint giving place of publication and 
name of publisher. 



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EXPLANATIONS TO BE NOTED BY USERS OF THIS CATALOGUE 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. Songs 
are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise stated. Titles 
reading " Words by," " Music by," are to be understood as songs. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been abro- 
gated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for entry in 
the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue, the Copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: "E," Class E, Musical 
compositions; " D," Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions; "©," implies 
copyright registration of a published composition, followed by date of publication; 
4i © 1 c," stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of re- 
ceipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy; and "2 c," for 
2 copies, followed by the date of their receipt. In the case of contributions to 
periodicals only one copy of the issue or issues containing such contributions is 
required: 

A list of copyright renewals and extensions made for musical compositions 
under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found at the end of this issue 
immediately following the text. 

A list of the musical compositions and dramatico-musical compositions used 
or licensed to be used for the manufacture of parts of instiuments serving to 
reproduce mechanically the musical work, recorded under section 1 (e) of the 
act of March 4, 1909, follows the list of renewals. 

The final number, completing the volume, is followed by a full annual index to 
both composers and proprietors. The subscription price for Part 3, which must 
be for the complete calendar year, is $1, payable in advance, to the Superintendent 
of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or New 
York draft. 



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NOTICE. 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles 
shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the District of 
Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is therefore hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, 
or other lawful claimant, that in so far as any copyright articles deposited 
from July 1, 1915, to June 30, 1919, inclusive, are still remaining in the 
files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library 
of Congress or to any other governmental library in the District of 
Columbia, such books or articles may be returned to the claimant of 
copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1922. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical compositions, 
engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for 
identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are available 
for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which must 
be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
on request. Address Register oe Copyrights, Library of Congress, 
Washington, D. C. 



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RECIPROCAL PROTECTION OF MUSIC AGAINST UNAU- 
THORIZED REPRODUCTION BY MECHANICAL MUSICAL 
INSTRUMENTS. 

The United States now has reciprocal copyright protection of music 
against unauthorized reproduction by mechanical musical instruments 
in the case of Australia, and the territories of Papua and Norfolk Island, 
Belgium, Cuba, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, 
Italy, Luxemburg, New Zealand, Norway and Sweden. The President 
signed proclamations to this effect on the following dates : Australia and 
the territories of Papua and Norfolk Island (Apr. 3, 1918, effective 
Mar. 15, 1918), Belgium (June 14, 1911, effective July 1, 1909), Cuba 
(Nov. 27, 1911), Denmark (Dec. 9, 1920), France (May 24. 1918), 
Germany (Dec. 8, 1910), Great Britain (Jan. 1, 1915), Italy, (May 1, 
1915), Luxemburg (June 14, 1911, effective June 29, 1910), New Zea- 
land (Feb. 9, 1917, effective Dec. 1, 1916), Norway (June 14, 1911, 
effective Sept. 9, 1910), Sweden (Feb. 27, 1920, effective Feb. 1, 1920). 
These proclamations were printed in the Catalogue of Copyright Entries, 
Part 3, vol. 6, pages v-x of no. 7, and pages iv-v of no. 12 ; vol. 10, pages 
viii-xi of no. 3, and pages viii-ix of no. 4; vol. 12, pages v-ix of no. 3; 
vol. 13, pages vi-xii of no. 5; and vol. 15, pages v-vn of no. 3; and 
pages vi-xiv of no. 13. 

While no special proclamation has been issued on behalf of Hungary 
so far as the provisions of section 1 (e) are concerned, the proclamation 
dated October 15, 1912, putting into effect the convention between the 
United States and Hungary, specifically provides that the general copy- 
right protection secured by article 1 includes the copyright control of 
mechanical musical reproductions. 

From information received through the Department of State, the 
legislation of the following countries did not on the date stated fulfill 
the reciprocal conditions specified in the proviso to section 1 (e) of the 
act of Congress of March 4, 1909: Austria (Mar. 10, 1911), Mexico 
(May 8, 1911), the Netherlands (Mar. 3, 1911), and Switzerland 
(Apr. 8, 1911). 



The copyright convention signed at the Fourth International American 
Conference at Buenos Aires on August 11, 1910, was proclaimed by the 
President of the United States on July 13, 1914. This convention is 
understood to be in effect as between the United States and Bolivia, 
Brazil, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Haiti, 
Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Salvador, and Uruguay. 

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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



A citarra mia; versi di Giovanni De 

Rosalia, musica di Joseph Gioe [of 

U. S.] [2175 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; E 529179; 

Rosario Catalano, Brooklyn. 

A Grenade; image breve, par Roger 
Branga [of France] ; piano. [2176 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527394 ; Durand et cie., Paris. 

'A parata E i<i,'uommene; versi di L. 
Sica, musica di R. De Luca [of Italy, 
domiciled at Brooklyn] ; mand. ace. 
4to. [2177 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531179; Casa editrice Napoli, New 
York. 

'A patrona 'e marEchiaro! versi di 
Giovanni Bruno e A. Gildo, musica di 
A. Gildo [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York] ; mand. ace. Edizione Gildo. 
4to. [2178 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 531041 ; Armando Gildo, New York. 

'A sEREnaTa 'E TUTT 1 ' 'E SEREnate ! versi 
e musica di A. Gildo [of Italy, domi- 
ciled at New York] ; mand. ace. 
Edizione Gildo. 4to. ' [2179 

© Feb. 2, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922 ; 
E 531042; Armando Gildo, New York. 

A Tunis ; fox trot oriental, de Em- 
manuel Zamor. fils [of France] ; orch. 
avec piano conducteur. 4to. [2180 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527014; Zamor, fils, Montmorency, 
France. 

Abide with me; hymn anthem, words 
by H. F. Lyte, music by A. Tiffany 
[of England] ; mixed voices, organ 
ace. ,4to. (Sacred compositions se- 
ries, no. 70) [2181 
© Feb. 22, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 23, 1922; 
E 527402; Albert Tiffany, Hudders- 
field, England. 

About clocks ; words by W. G. Ham- 
mond ; music by Frieda Peycke [of 
U. S.] (Readings musically illus- 
trated) [2182 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 529324 ; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 



Absent; song roll, by Metcalf, played 
by Andrei Kmita [of U. S.] ; in G. 
(Ampico record music roll, no. 
202003-F) [2183 

© Nov. 20, 1920 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 529733 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Absolu (L') ; paroles de Arthur Pe- 

tronio, musique de Daniel Ruyneman 

[of Holland] [2184 

© Feb. 10, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 

E 527263 ; J. & W. Chester, London. 

Academy march ; by E. R. Haungs [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [2185 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 530832; Emily Rose Haungs, Chi- 
cago. 

Accours, jEunE chromis ; poesie de 
Andre Chenier, musique de Henri 
Busser [of France] op. 55, no. 2. 
(Melodies et duos, no. 6) [2186 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526929 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Ace in the hole; words and melodv 
by R. C. Bates [of U. S.] [2187 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1922; E 529671; 
Robert Charles Bates, Chicago. 

Across the door. See Bax (Arnold) 
Five Irish songs. 

Adelaide; words by W. Eiff, music by 
Gordon M. Newham [of U. S.] 

[2188 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; E 531191; 
William Eiff, Louisville. 

Adoration; a love rhapsody, words by 
Ina Brevoort Roberts, music bv Wil- 
son G. Smith [of U. S.] 1. High.— 
2. Medium.— 3. Low. [2189 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. each Feb. 11, 
1922; E 529497; Sam Fox pub. co., 
Cleveland. 

Advice to girls; words by Mrs. F. 
Bynum, melody by Ray Ross Framp- 
ton [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.l 

[2190 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531097; 
Mrs. F. Bynum, Childress, Tex. 



159 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTEIES 



2191 



pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



Afghanistan ; fox-trot, by Vance 
Lowry and Rogg Bound [of Eng- 
land] ; piano. La Parisienne edition 
musicale. [2191 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527377 ; Lorette, Paris. 

After to-day you'll realize ; words by 
Eugene West, music by Saul Nathan- 
son [of U. S.] [2192 
© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 530798 ; A. J. Stasny music co., New 
York. 

Ah! ah! ah! from Pins and needles, 
words by Ballard Macdonald, music by 
James F. Hanley [of U. S.] [2193 

© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529478; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

'AinT got nothin' blues ; words and 
music by Lemuel Fowler [of U. S.] 

[2194 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; E 530947; 
W. L. Albury music pub. co., New 
York. 

Ain't it a wonderful game ; words and 
melody by D. L. Samuels [of U. S.] 

[2195 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; E 529169; 
Donald L. Samuels, New York. 

Ain't lovE grand; fox trot song, from 
Bombo, words and music by B. G. 
De Sylva, Walter Donaldson and Con 
Conrad [of U. S.] [2196 

© Feb. 18, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 531273; Harry Von Tilzer music 
pub. co., New York. 

Ain't we got ambition ; words by B. 
Gorman, melody bv E. Gorman [of 
U. S.], arr. bv Harry Alford [of 
U. S.] ; 1st violin. [2197 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; E 529855; 
Billy Gorman and Eddie Gorman, 
Chicago. 

Airs to the lute; from Musicke of 
sundrie kindes, 1607, words anon., music 
by Thomas Ford [of Great Britain], 
trans., sc, and ed. by Edmund Horace 
Fellowes [of Great Britain] ; lute and 
piano ace. 4to. [2198 

© Oct. 15, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 18, 1922; 
E 527419; Winthrop L. Rogers, ltd., 
London. 

Alabama moon ; song roll, waltz, by 
Green, played by Robert Joyce [of 
U. S.], asstd. by H. S. [of U. S.] ; in 
E flat. (Ampico record music roll, 
no. 201944-F) [2199 



© Oct. 20, 1920 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 529736 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Alabamy ; words by Estelle Davis, mel- 
ody by L. F. Cowan [of U. S.] [2200 
* © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531117; 
Lynn Freeman Cowan, New York. 

Alameda (The) naval base; lyric by 

P. G. Mladinich, music bv Nell M. 

Cobb [of U. S.] [2201 

© 1 c. Dec. 22, 1921; E 530752; 

Paul G. Mladinich, Oakland, Calif. 

Alarm clock blues ; words and music 

by N. Widman [of U. S.], arr. bv 

Vern Elliott [of U. S.] [2202 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 531422; 

Norman Widman, Los Angeles. 

Album of sin songs ; music by G. Whit- 
aker [of England] London, Elkin & co., 
ltd. Contents: 1. From the Arabic; 
words by Shelley. — 2. O mistress mine ; 
words by Shakespeare. — 3. Seki : words 
by Lafcadio Hearn. — 4. The lake isle 
of Innisfree ; words by W. B. Yeats. — 
5. The je ne sais quoi; words by W'm. 
Whitehead. — 6. The moon maiden's 
song ; words by Ernest Dowson. [2203 
© Feb. 3, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 
E 527310; George Whitaker, London. 

All babies look alike to me; ballad, 
words and music by J. Q. Dixon [of 
U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y., Sovereign pub. 
co. [2204 

© Feb. 13, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 529484; Jas. Qallan Dixon, Buf- 
falo. 

All creatures now; madrigal, words 
traditional, music by John Bennett, ed. 
by Edmund H. Fellowes [of Great 
Britain] ; five mixed voices. 4to. (Tri- 
umphs of Oriana, no. 4) [2205 
© Feb. 8, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 
E 527414 ; Stainer & Bell., ltd., London. 

All I want is you ; words and music 
by T. M. Bowers [of U. S.] [2206 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; E 531173; 
Thomas M. Bowers, Chicago. 

All my life; from For goodness' sake, 

words by Arthur Jackson, music bv 

Paul Lannin [of U. S.] [2207 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 

E 529347 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

All over nothing at all; fox trot, 

lyric by J. Keirn Brennan and Paul 

■Cunningham, music by James S. Rule 

[of U. S.] [2208 



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2225 



© Jan. 31, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 530936; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

All that I need is you; fox-trot, by 
Lester Santly and Abel Baer [of U. S.], 
arr. by Wm. Schulz [of U. S.] ; saxo- 
phone orch. Feist edition. 4to. [2209 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 530904; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement! 

All the world's in love; words by 
Elizabeth Evelyn Moore, music by R. 
Huntington Woodman [of U. S.] ; high 
voice. [2210 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 531059; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

All things work together for good; 
words and arr. of an old melody by 
Catherine Booth-Clibborn [of Eng- 
land, domiciled at Chicago] [2211 
© Dec. 12, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530602; Victoria Booth-Clibborn 
Demarest, Chicago. [Copyright is 
claimed on words and arrangement] 

Alleluia! Christ is risen; Easter 
anthem, music by Joseph Fletcher [of 
U. S.] ; solos, duett, and full chorus. 
(Octavo Easter music) [2212 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 530811; Wm. A. Pond & co., New 
York. 

Alleluia! death is conquered; words 
by Edward L. Reed, music by George 
Tompkins [of U. S.] ; high voice, piano 
or organ ace. [2213 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 531126; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Along the brook. See Zilcher (Paul) 
Six easy piano solos. 

Alphabetical (An) diary; for ladies 
only, words and music by Leonard 
Henry [of Great Britain] [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] [2214 

© Jan. 24, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922 ; 
E 527267 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

Altho' you're gone, I love you yet; 

words by C. Shimmel, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2215 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529413; 

Chalmer Shimmel, West Decatur, Pa. 

Ame (L') dES roses; de Georges Pic- 
quet [of France] ; quintette a cordes. 
4to. [2216 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527046; Paul Decourcelle, Nice, 
France. 



Amelia ; words and melody by D. L. 
Samuels [of U. S.] [2217 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; E 529171; 
Donald L. Samuels, New York. 

America ; arr. by Harry J. Clarke [of 
U. S.] ; written in musical notation 
and diagram, for Hawaiian guit. 

[2218 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922 ; 

E 530796; .Wm. J. Smith music co., 

inc., New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement] 

America we love thEE; words by C. I. 
Pugh, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [2219 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529258 ; Clara I. Pugh, Franklin, La. 

American gal; words by E. Samuelson, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[2220 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529290; E. Samuelson, Chesterton, 
Ind. 

Among the beautiful caverns of 
Luray; words by Charles E. Hoch- 
burg and T. Oakes, music by Leo 
Halpern [of U. S.], arr. by T. "Oakes 
[of U. S.] [2221 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; E 531113; 
Thomas Oakes, Belle Valley, O. 

Amore sEnza fili ; parole di R. Corona, 
musica di V. Ripa [of Italy] ; mand. 
ace. Milan, Casa editrice musicale 
Pierrot. 4to. [2222 

© Nov. 1, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 527000 ; Italian book co., New York. 

Amour divin (Divino amore) ; valse- 

intermezzo, par Alfredo Barbirolli [of 

Italy] ; piano. [2223 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 526971 ; Philippo, Paris. 

Andante cantabilE. See Gounod 
(Charles Frangois) 

Andante de la 5 e symphone. See 
Beethoven (Ludwig van) 

Andante in F ; by Ernest H. Sheppard 
[of U. S.] ; organ. [2224 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c.Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529696; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Andante rEligioso; par F. Ronchini 
[of Italy] ; violon et violoncelle avec 
ace. d'orgue ou de piano, en re. 
(Miniatures, 2 e suite, no. 4) [2225 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527060; Costallat et cie., Paris. 



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Andantino grazioso ; by Christian 
Scbafer [of Great Britain] op. 99, 
no. 2; piano. (Trois valses lentes, 
no. 2) [2226 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 
E 527452 ; Augener, ltd., London. 

Angel child; novelty fox trot, by Geo. 
Price, Abner Silver and Benny Davis ; 
vocal orch. with words. 4to. 1. Arr. 
by Louis Katzman [of U. S.] ; in A 
flat.— 2. Arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus [of 
U. S.] ; in G. [2227, 2228 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. each Feb. 6, 
1922; E 530879, 530880; M. Witmark 
& sons, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on new arrangement] 

Angelic harps ; by A. Sartorio [of 
Germany] ; pf. [2229 

© Sept. 9, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 530970; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Angelina ; mazurcha, melodia di Giu- 
seppe Tarantola [of Italy, domiciled 
at Brooklyn] [2230 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1922; E 531039; 
Rosario Catalano, Brooklyn. 

Angel's serenade; by G. Braga, tran- 
scribed by Sascha Jacobsen [of Russia, 
domiciled at New York] ; violin and 
piano. [2231 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 531070; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on tran- 
scription] 

Angelus; de Felix Fourdrain [of 

France] ; violon et piano. (6 petites 

pieces faciles, no. 3) [2232 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527028 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Anitra's Eox trot; with apologies to 

Grieg, by James Walter [of U. S.] ; 

piano. [2233 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1922; E 529632; 

J. Bode wait Lampe, New York. 

Annie Laurie; ballad, composer anon., 
played by Andrei Kmita [of U. S.] ; 
song roll in C. (Ampico record music 
roll, no. 202153-F) [2234 

© Dec. 20, 1920 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 529741 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright- is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Answer; ballad, by Robyn, played by 
Andrei Kmita [of U. S.] ; song roll, 
in F. Ampico record music roll, no. 
202134-F) [2235 

© Dec. 20, 1920 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 529722; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 



Anthem (The) oe Erin; words and 
muisc by J. B. Costello [of U. S.] 

[2236 
© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 529408 ; John B. Costello, Eastwood,. 
N. Y. 

Antoinette ; stately measure, by George 
Harvey [of Great Britain] ; violin and 
piano. [2237 

© Feb. 16, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1922; 
E 527470 ; Ryalls & Jones, ltd., Birken- 
head, England. 

Anvil chorus. See Verdi (Giuseppe) 

April's piour. See Gray and gold. 

Are yer goin' to have one? words by 

Sam Mayo and Alan Martyn, music by 

S. Mayo [of England] [2238 

© Jan. 23, 1922; 1 c/Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527003 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Arecibo; one step, by Frank D. Withers,, 
arr. by R. Furnari [of Italy] ; piano. 

[2239 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527373; R. Furnari, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Aria. See Bourne (The) album. 

Ariette ; no. 4 de la Suite d'orchestre en 
si bemol, trans, par l'auteur F. Wael- 
Munk [of France] 1. Violon et piano. — 
2. Piano. [2240, 2241 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. each Jan. 31, 
1922; E 527051, 527052; Evette et 
Schaeffer, Paris. [Copyright is claimed 
on transcription] 

Arkansas (The) traveler; medley, 
by M. J. Saxon [of Jugo-Slavia, dom- 
iciled at New York] ; 1st banjo and 
1st mand. [2242 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530918; 
Michael John Saxon, New York. 

ArlEouin ET sa troupe; by Edward E. 
Trucco [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York] op. 13, no. 1; piano. (Deux 
mascarades, no. 1) [2243 

© Feb. 14, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531210 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

Arline ; Irish love song, words and music 
bv W. M. Felton [of U. S.] ; low 
voice. [2244 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530976; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 



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2260 



Arne (Thomas Augustine) Suite ; per 
clavicembalo di T. A. Arne, revisione 
e trascrizione di Emilia Gubitosi [of 
Italy] ; piano. (Edizione Ricordi, no. 
194) [2245 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 527235 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Arrah, my dear EvELEEn ; tune. See 
Silent O'Moyle. 

Arundel, (The) suite; in 17th century 
style, by Sebastian H. Brown, op. 1, 
arr. and ed. by James Brown [of Eng- 
land] ; violin 1 and 2, viola, cello, and 
piano; sc. (Polychordia string library, 
no. 10) [2246 

© Jan. 26, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527194 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 

AS I CAME OVER THE GREY, GREY HILLS. 

See Bax (Arnold) Five Irish songs. 
As pants the wearied hart ; set to tune 
Longing, words from Psalm 42, Latin 
version by Robert Lowth, tr. by George 
Gregory, music by E. S. Perkins [of 
U. S.] " [2247 

© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531029; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

AS WE LIVE AND LOVE WE LEARN ; fox- 

trot ; by Robinson-Kortlander, played 
by Muriel Pollock [of U. S.] ; song 
roll, in G. (Ampico record music roll, 
no. 201954-F) [2248 

© Oct. 20, 1920; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 529728 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Ask me not, dear. See Vignettes. 

At dawn ; by Christian Schafer [of Eng- 
land] op. 125, no. 1 ; piano. (Wayside 
sketches, no. 1) [2249 

© Jan. 31, 1922; 1, c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527177; Jamesons (St. Brides) ltd., 
London. 

At last I have made you mine; words 

and music bv A. Decaprio [of U. S.] 

New York, Lenox co. [2250 

© Nov. 17, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 

E 529360; Arthur Decaprio, Paterson. 

At last they made dear Ireland free; 

words by Nat Hanson, music by Joseph 

Ribaud and Lou Gold [of U. S.] [2251 

© Feb. 23, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 

E 529868 ; Unity pub. co., Philadelphia. 

At nightfall; words by Charles Han- 
son Towne, music bv John Adams Loud 
[of U. S.] ; in E flat. [2252 



© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 529524 ; Charles W. Homeyer & co., 
Boston. 

At sunrise; tone sketch, by Frank Best 
[i. e. Francis Behrens Best, of Great 
Britain] ; piano. [2253 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 527440 ; Robert Dudley Best, Birm- 
ingham, England. 

At the gates of Seville; words by 
Jean Garat, English by John Alan 
Haughton, music by Felix Fourdrain, 
arr. by Howard Barlow [of U. S.] ; 
three-part chorus, women's voices. 4to. 
(G. Ricordi & co.'s collection of part- 
songs and choruses for women's voices) 

[2254 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 530828 ; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. 

At the rainbow end; words by H. J. 
Knoll r music by Edouard Hesselberg 
[of U. S.] [2255 

© Dec. 21, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530748; Herman J. Knoll, Pitts- 
burgh. 

Atta baby ; words by William Tracey, 
music by Halsey K. Mohr [of U. S.] 

[2256 
© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 529382 ; Goodman & Rose, inc., New 
York. 

Atta boy, Petey, old boy ; words by B. 
Gorman, melody by E. Gorman [of 
U. S.], arr. by Harry Alford [of 
U. S.] [2257 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; E 531406; 
Billy and Eddie Gorman, Chicago. 

Au bord d'un ruisseau ; esquisse, de 

F. Meurice [of France] ; violoncelle et 

piano. [2258 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527049; Felicien Meurice, Paris. 

Au Palazzo Cimbrone; barcarolle no. 1, 

par Leo Tecktonius [of U. S.] ; piano. 

(Trois compositions, no. 3) [2259 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 

E 529661 ; L. Vaillant, Paris. 

Auber (Danieal Francois Esprit) 
L'enfant prodigue ; ouverture, d' Auber, 
trans, de H. Mouton [of France] ; 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

[2260 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 

E 527357 ; Deiss et Crepin, Paris. 

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Aue beuhender ElEur (On flowering 
mead) ; by Gustav Merkel, op. 61, ed. 
bv Carl Deis [of U. S.] ; pi (Aqua- 
relles, no. 4) [2261 
© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529372; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing] 

Autumn. See Four (The) seasons. 

Autumn leaves; fox trot from Bedelia 
O'Shea, ballad and music by R. Reilly 
and Fred Malcolm [of U. S.] [2262 
© Jan. 17, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922 ; 
E 530696; Robert Reilly music co., 
New York. 

Autumn — the wind soughs in the 
trees. See North country sketches. 

Aux invisibles; cantique spiritualiste, 
musique inspiree par Mozart a M. 
Sonah (Stella) [of France] ; piano 
avec paroles. 2 e edition. [2263 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527385 ; M. Sonah, Paris. 

Avalon ; song roll, fox-trot, by Jolson- 
Rose, played by Vincent Youmans [of 
U. S.] ; in G. (Ampico record music 
roll, no. 201934-F) [2264 

© Oct. 20, 1920; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 529732 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Aw' c'mon ; fox trot, words by G. Kon- 
das. music by [Gus] Kondas and [ri. 
A.] Hummel [of U. S.], arr. by Her- 
man Hummel. [2265 
© Dec. 26, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
1 c. Feb. 20, 1922 ; E 529828 ; Kondas 
music pub. co., Ashtabula, O. 

Awake the day is dawning ; Easter 
carol anthem, words by John Mills 
Gilbert, music by Peter Christian Lut- 
kin [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Church music review, no. 645) 

[2266 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 

E 529229 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Away out West ; words, by M. J. Pot- 
ter, melody by Ray Ross Frampton 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

[2267 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531104; 
Mary Jane Potter, Midland, Tex. 

Azemard (AeerEd) Deux motets; 
musique de A. Azemard [of France] 
1. O salutaris ; baryton ou mezzo- 
soprano, avec ace. d'orgue et violon ou 
violoncelle. — 2. Pie Jesu ; baryton, avec 
ace. d'orgue. [2268 



© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 526966; Paul Decourcelle, Nice, 
France. 

Baby blue Eyes ; fox trot, lyric by John 

W. Held, music by Harry French [of 

U. S.] [2269 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 

E 529370; Bartlett music co., Detroit. 

BacchanaeE. See Saint-Saens (Charles 
Camille) 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) The bed- 
font album ; by Bach, arr., ed., sc, 
fingered and bowed by James Brown 
[of England] ; string orch. with piano ; 
sc. (Polychordia string library, no. 
54) [2270 

© Jan. 26, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527193 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 

Bourree in G. See Bourne (The) 

album. 

Gavotte no. 2 ; by Bach, played by 

Lee Pattison [of U. S.] ; in G minor. 
(Ampico record music roll, no. 
58704-H) [2271 

© Dec. 20, 1920 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 529721 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Hasten thou oh longed for hour 

(Schlage doch gewiinschte stunde) ; 
cantata, German text anon., English 
by Martha Martin, music by Bach, 
ed. by W. H. Humiston [of U. S-], 
alto solo, organ ace. 4to. (American 
Bach publication society, no. 4) 

[2272 
© Feb. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1922 ; 
E 529831 ; Schroeder & Gunther, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing and arrangement] 

Rondeau in B minor. See Bourne 

(The) album. 

Sonata hi ; from Six sonatas, by 

Bach, ed. by H. Wessely [of Great 
Britain] ; violin. (Berners edition, no. 
465 c ) [2273 

© Feb. 24, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922 ; 
E 527422 ; Joseph Williams, ltd., Lop- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing] 

We all believe; chorale, har. by 

J. S. Bach, ed. by W. G. Whittaker 
[of England] ; mixed voices, piano or 
organ ace. 4to. (Church choir li- 
brary, no. 232) [2274 
© Jan. 14, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527122; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 



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Back in the hills of old Kentucky; 
fox-trot, words by L. Differding, music 
by Ray Hibbeler [of U. S.], arr. by 
L. Differding [of U. S.] [2275 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1922; E 529960; 
Lawrence Defferding, Appleton, Wis. 

Back to Earth ; songs from the musical 
comedy, words and music by Jack Nel- 
son [i. e. John Nelson, of U. S.] Con- 
tents : I still will love you then. — When 
you say. — Gypsy magic. — I want an old- 
time melody. [2276 
' © Jan. 12, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922 ; 
E 529373 ; John Thulin, Chicago. 

Bagdad; Oriental fox trot, Arabian 
nights pastoral, words and music by 
J. A. Woodard [of U. S.], arr. by Carl 
Weber [of U. S.] [2277 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1922 ; E 529299 ; James 
A. Woodard, Seattle. 

Baee dance. See Sunshine (A) holi- 
day. 

Barb-wirE rag ; words and melodv bv 
R. C." Bates [of U. S.] [2278 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1922; E 529672; 
Robert Charles Bates, Chicago. 

BarbiErt (Mario) Sonata; di M. Bar- 

bieri [of Italy] ; violino e pf., in si 

bemolle maggiore. [2279 

© Aug. 19, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922 ; 

E 527209 ; Fratelli Serra, Genoa, Italy. 

Barcarolle; by Selim Palmgren [of 
Finland, domiciled at Brooklyn, N. Y.l 
op. 75, no. 4; piano. [2280 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 529617 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

BarcelonE endormie;. de Felix Four- 
drain [of France] ; piano. (Souvenirs 
d'Espagne, no. 2) [2281 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527022; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Bard's (The) legacy ; words by Thomas 
Moore, music a slow variant of tune 
St. Patrick's day, arr. by Herbert 
Hughes [of Ireland] ; in G. (Histori- 
cal songs and ballads of Ireland) [2282 
© Jan. 27, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922 ; 
E 527171; Metzler & co. (1920) ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Bathing in the rocky pool. See Coral 
island. 



Bax (Arnold) Five Irish songs; words 
and music by A. Bax [of Great Brit- 
ain] Contents: 1. The pigeons. — 2. As 
I came over the grey, grey hills. — 3. I 
heard a piper piping.— 4. Across the 
door. — 5. Beg-Innish. [2283 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1922; 
E 527482; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

Beat! beat! drums; words by Walt 
Whitman, music by Albert Stoessel [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. (Modern 
series, no. 217) [2284 

© Jan. 27, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529129; H. W. Gray co. New York. 

Beatitudes (The) ; words from Bible, 
music by Frederick L. Lawrence [of 
U. S.] ; organ ace. 4to. (Church music 
review, no. 638) [2285 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529227 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Beautiful Annabell Lee; waltz, by 
Meyer, played by Herbert Clair [of 
U. S.], assisted by H. S. [of U. S.] ; 
in D. (Ampico record music roll, no. 
58863-F) [2286 

© Dec. 20, 1920; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 529718 ; American piano co. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Beautiful baby ; fox trot, by J. Ribaud 

and L. Gold [of U. S.], arr. by L. 

Gold. [2287 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; E 529164; 

Joe Ribaud and Lou Gold, Philadelphia. 

Beautiful (The) sunlight; words by 
M. Delphine, melody by Ray Ross 
Frampton [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] [2288 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531101; 
Menus Delphine, Fletcher, N. C. 

Because you made a plaything of my 
love; words by Bliss Milford, music 
bv William C. O'Brien [of U. S.] 

[2289 
© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922; 
E 529565; F. B. Haviland pub. co. 
New York. 

Bedfont (The) album. See Bach (Jo- 
hann Sebastian) 

Bees' (The) song; words by Walter 
de la Mare, music by C. Armstrong 
Gibbs [of Great Britain] (Curwen 
edition, no. 1465) [2290 

© Ian. 9, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 527208; J. Curwen & sons, ltd, 
London. 



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2291 



pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



Beethoven (Ludwig van) Andante de 
la 5 e symphonie ; de Beethoven, arr. 
par Th. Barnier [of France] ; har- 
monie, avec conducteur, en ut. obi. 4to. 

[2291 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527069; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

God in nature ; trio, music by L. van 

Beethoven, arr. by Howard Barlow [of 
U. S.] ; women's voices. 4to. (G. 
Ricordi & co.'s collection of part-songs 
and choruses, no. 226) [2292 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 530679; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. 

Sonata no. 32 ; by L. van Beethoven, 

op. Ill, ed., phrased, and fingered by 
Stewart Macpherson [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; pf. Analytical edition. [2293 
© Feb. 3, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1922; 
E 527105 ; Joseph Williams, ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on editing, 
phrasing, and fingering] 

Beg-Innish. See Bax (Arnold) Five 
Irish songs. 

Beggar's (The) opera; selection, by 
Alfred Moffat [of Great Britain] ; vio- 
lin and pf. [2294 
© Tan. 19. 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527188; Schott & co., London. 

Behold! what manner oe love! words 

from the Bible, music bv M. Lew [of 

U. S.] [2295 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922; E 530841; 

Matilda Levy, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Believe me; song and fox trot, words 
by Anthony Cohan Gibbons, music by 
Ed. Howe and Norman Laricy [of 
U. S.l Philadelphia. M. D. Swisher. 

[2296 
© Jan. 31, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529211; Gibbons, Howe and Laricy, 
Philadelphia. 

Believe me, Bo; words and melody by 
D. L. Samuels [of U. S.] [2297 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; E 529170; 
Donald L. Samuels, New York. 

BEEIEVE ME IE ALL THOSE ENDEARING 

young charms; arr. by Harry J. 
Clarke [of U. S.] ; written in musical 
notation and diagram, for Hawaiian 
guit. [2298 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 530782; Wm. J. Smith music co., 
inc., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 



Bell (The) ringers; fox-trot, by 

Howard Flynn [of Great Britain] ; 

piano. [2d edition] [2299 

© Jan. 26, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; 

E 527428; Oakley pub. co., London. 

Belle (The) oe Times square; words 
and music by Eugene West [of U. S.], 
arr. by Geo. F. Briegel [of U. S.] 

[2300 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; E 529627; 
Triangle music pub. co., New York. 

Belle (La) Pierrette; intermezzo im- 
promptu, by J. H. Foulds [of Eng- 
land] ; orch. with piano conductor. 
4to. Hawkes & son's concert edition. 

[2301 
©Jan. 28, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 527291 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Belles (The) oe Barraboo; words by 
L. Ford, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Riviera music co. 

[2302 
© Sept. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530761 ; Laffon Ford, Chicago. 

Bells (The) oe old Irelanp; words by 

P. Higgins, music by Barton Merrills 

[of Canada] [2303 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530870; 

P. Higgins, Foleyet, Canada. 

Beloved let us love one another; 
part-song, text Biblical, music by S. 
H. Nicholson [of England] ; mixed 
voices, organ ace. 4to. [2304 

© Feb. 28, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1922; 
E 527478 ; Sidney H. Nicholson, West- 
minster, England. 

Beloved's (The) voice; words by John 
Bowring after the Russian of Bog- 
danovilch, music by Francis William 
Massi-Hardman [of Great Britain] ; 
in F. [2305 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 
E 527445 ; Augener, ltd., London. 

Ben Bolt; arr. by Harry J. Clarke [of 
U. S.] ; written in musical notation 
and diagram, for Hawaiian guit. 

[2306 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 530775 ; Wm. J. Smith music co., 

inc., New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement] 

Beneath KillarnEy's moon ; words and 
music by P. W. McHugh [of U. S.] 

[2307 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
.E 529534 ; P. W. McHugh, Newport, 
R. I. 



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no. 3, 1922 



2325 



Beneath the silvery moon ; words by 
C. Williams, music by Edouard Hes- 
selberg [of U. S.] [2308 

© Dec. 23, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922 ; 
E 530751; Charles Williams, So. 
Superior, Wy. 

Beneath the sky of Italy ; words and 

music by J. Vescera [of U. S.] [2309 

© Jan. 28, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 

E 530613 ; Joseph Vescera, Solvay, 

N. Y. 

Beneath the stars ; words by D. Mc- 
Rae. music by Edouard Hesselberg 
[of U. S.] [2310 

© Dec. 17, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530726 ; Donald McRae, Oceanpark, 
Calif. 

Beneath the western sky ; words by 
L. A. Bartel, music by Edouard Hes- 
selberg [of U. S.] [2311 
© Dec. 17, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530723 ; L. A. Bartel, Washington. 

Berceuse; by J. Wilby [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; piano. [2312 
© Jan. 30, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922 ; 
E 527287; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

pour une poupee, par A. Massau [of 

Belgium] ; violoncelle ou violon et 
piano. [2313 

© Nov. 14, 1921 ; 1 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 
E 527240; Alfred Massau, Verviers, 
Belgium. 

ii, de Hedwige Chretien [of 

France] ; violon et piano. [2314 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527043; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

See also Godard (Benjamin Louis 

Paul) 

Best (The) I ever get is the worst 
oe it; from The blue kitten, words by 
Wm. Cary Duncan, music by Rudolf 
Friml [of Bohemia, domiciled at New 
York] [2315 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 530909; Harms, inc., New York. 

Betty Jane; words by M. N. Erickson, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[2316 
© Feb. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922 ; 
E 529941; Marguerite N. Erickson, 
Grandview, Wash. 

Betty, my sweetheart; words by H. 
Black and G. Swaney, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2317 



© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1922; E 531503; 
Harry Black and Gaylord Swaney, % 
Postmaster, N. Y. 

Betty peays the xylophone. See Nurs- 
ery (The) band. 

Beyond the clouds ; words and melody 
bv Hal Dyson, Louis Weslvn, and Dave 
Ringle [of U. S.], arr. "by Geo. F. 
Briegel [of U. S.] [2318 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922 ;E 529626; 
Triangle music pub. co., New York. 

Big (A) hit; why don't they write about 

babies, words and music by E. R. St. 

Clair [of U. S.] [2319 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922 ; E 530861 ; Eda 

Revetta St. Clair, Columbus, Ind. 

Bill over the hill ; words by G. Shown, 

music, by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. $.] ' [2320 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; E 531230; 

Grover Shown, Pingree, Id. 

Billets doux ; fox-trot, by Maurice 
Yvain, arr. by Dan Godfrey [of U. S.] : 
full military band. (In Chappell's 
army journal, no. 493) [2321 

© Jan. 26, 1922 : 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 527214; Francis Salabert, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Bird (The) and the ease; cradle song, 
by Thurlow Lieurance [of U. S.] , trans, 
by Stuart Bliss Hoppin [of U. S.] ; 
violin and piano, cello ad lib. [2322 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530977; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Birmingham blues; words by F. White, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[2323 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529287; Fred White, Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Biscuit (The) line; from Tinkle town 
follies, lyric by Art Turner [pseud, of 
Annabel Turner], music bv C. Zim- 
merman [of U. S.] [2324 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1922; E 529642; 
Annabel Turner and Charles Zimmer- 
man, Philadelphia. 

Bla (The) bla blues ; fox-trot, words 
by Leo Wood, music by Henry Busse, 
Buster Johnson and Gus Mueller [of 
U. S.], arr. by Frank E. Barry [of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. Feist edition. 

[2325 

© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 

E 529560; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 



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Black e white (Bianco e nero) ; one- 
step, di Nicola Moleti [of Italy] ; 
piano. [2326 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 
E 527205 ; Casa musicale Sonzogno, 
S. A., Milan. 

Blest be the tie; variations by T. M. 

Cornwell [of U. S.] ; piano. [2327 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1922; 

E 529842; Teresa Cornwell, Brazil, 

Ind. 

Blind (The) fiddler; by Alfred Her- 
bert Brewer [of Great Britain] ; violin 
and piano. [2328 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 
E 527448; Augener, ltd., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Blinkin' (The) o't; words by James 
Greig, music by Alfred Moffat [of 
Great Britain] ; male voices. 4to. 
(Scottish part-songs, no. 188) [2329 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527111; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 

Blondy's blues ; fox-trot, by Vance 
Lowry and Rogg Bound [of England] ; 
piano. La Parisienne edition musicale. 

[2330 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527361 ; Lorette, Paris. 

Blue (The) Alsatian mountains; 
arr. by Harry J. Clarke _ [of U. S.] ; 
written in musical notation and dia- 
gram, for Hawaiian guit. [2331 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 530791; Wm. J. Smith music co., 
inc., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Blue are her Eyes ; words by Mary 
MacMillan, music by Joseph W. Clokev 
[of U. S.] [2332 

© Feb. 23, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 531441; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

Blue bird — where are you? words by 
Grant Clarke, music by Irving Maslof 
[of U. S.] \2333 

© Jan. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 529175; Stark & Cowan, inc., New 
York. 

Blue (The) diamond ; words by Fred 
Pullin, music by Fenton Ash [of Eng- 
land] [2334 
© Sept. 30. 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 527303 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 



Blue Eyes; words by Mrs. A. J. Bil- 
lings, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music 
co. [2335 

© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922 ; 
E 531132; Mrs. A. J. Billings, Elmira, 
N. Y. 

Blue eyes I'm coming back to you; 

words and music by V. Navarrett [of 

U. S.l [2336 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; E 531418; 

Victor Navarrett, San Francisco. 

Bluebell-land ; words by Edward 
Lockton, music by Molly Carew [of 
Great Britain] ; in D. [2337 

© Jan. 26, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 526989; Edwin Ashdown, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Bluette. See Goodrich (Florence A.) 
Four little studies in flats. 

Bobby plays the flute. See Nursery 
(The) band. 

Bobolink ; words by Harry Williams, 
melody bv Neil Moret [of U. S.] 

[2338 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; E 530856; 
Chas. N. Daniels, New York. 

BohemEsquE; by William Wolsten- 
holme [of Great Britain] ; organ. Na- 
tional institute edition of the works of 
British blind composers. [2339 

© Feb. 16, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1922; 
E 527467 ; Ryalls & Jones, ltd., Birken- 
head, England. 

Bon voyage; barcarolle, by Denis Dupre 
[of England] ; piano. [2340 

© Jan. 9, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527103 ; A. Hammond & co., Lon- 
don. 

Bonnes amies. See Goodrich (Flor- 
ence A.) Four little studies in sharps. 

Bonnie Highland lassie; words and 
music by P. E. Durney [of U. S.] 

[2341 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530920; 

Paul Edmund Durney, San Francisco. 

Bourdon (Emile) Dix pieces; par E. 
Bourdon [of France] op. 7 ; orgue. 
4to. (Bibliotbeque Leduc : Musique 
religieuse) [2342 

© Dec. 20, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 526947; Alphonse Leduc et cie., 
Paris. 



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no. 3, 1922 



2359 



Bourne (The) album; arr., ed., sc, 
fingered and bowed by James Brown 
[of England] ; violin 1 and 2, viola, 
cello, bass and piano ; sc. ( Polychordia 
string library, no. 156) Contents : 

1. Gavotte in C, by G. F. Handel.— 

2. Rondeau in B minor, by J. S. 
Bach.— 3. Aria, by G. F. Handel.— 
4. Bourree in G, by J. S. Bach. 

[2343 

© Jan. 26, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 

E 527195 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 

Bourree de Chapdes-Beaulort ; chan- 
son, musique de Emile Vuillermoz [of 
France] Ed. A. Z. Mathot. (Chan- 
sons populaires, Franchises et Cana- 
diennes, no. 4) [2344 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527379 ; A. Z. Mathot, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Bourree in G. See Bourne (The) al- 
bum. 

Bowery (The) ain't the Bowery any 
more; words by R. B. Archibald, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2345 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; E 531234; 
Ralph B. Archibald, Union Hill, N. J. 

Boys roll up their overalls ; words 

by G. Bennett, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2346 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1922; E 531507; 

Goebel Bennett, Harrisburg, 111. 

Brahms (Johannes) Valse ; by J. 
Brahms, op. 39, arr. by Tod Boyd [of 
Great Britain] ; violin and pf. [2347 
© Feb. 3, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 
E 527441; Schott & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcription] 



Brat (The) ; words by, James Clarence 
Harvey, music by Frieda Peycke [of 
U. S.] (Readings musically illus- 
trated) [2348 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 529323 ; Clayton F. Summy co., Chi- 
cago. 

Bread of the world ; hymn anthem, 
words by Reginald Heber, music by 
Fred E. Eggert [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices, organ ace. 4to. [2349 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529688; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Bright and glorious Easter; Easter 
solo, music by Joseph Fletcher [of 
U. S.] 1. High voice in C— 2. Me- 
dium voice in B flat. [2350 

2606—22—2 iQg 



© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. each Feb. 1, 
1922; E 530812; Wm. A. Pond & co.. 
New York. 

Brightest and best; set to tune Stella 
orientalis, words by Reginald Heber, 
music by E. S. Perkins [of U. S.] 

[2351 
© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531036; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

Bring back my daddy to me ; words 
and music by G. D. Martin [of U. S.] 

[2352 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 529552; 
George Dewey Martin, Hartford. 

Broadway always gay; words by 

James J. Murnagh, melodv by R. 

Pellegrino [of Italy] [2353 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; E 529238; 

Rosario Pellegrino, Dannemora, N. Y. 

Broadway rose ; waltz, by Fried, played 
by George Haig [of U. S.], assisted 
by E. W. [of U. S.] ; in G. (Ampico 
record music roll. no. 58783-F) [2354 
© Dec. 20, 1920 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 529717; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Bromista (El) ; paso doble, de G. Smet 

[of France] ; piano. La Parisienne 

edition musicale. [2355 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 

E 527360; Lorette, Paris. 

Brook (The) ; by George Tompkins [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Three sketches) [2356 
© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529708; Theo. Presser co, Phila- 
delphia. 

Brooks ; words and music by Ruth Marv 
[pseud, of R. M. Gillham, of U. S.] 

[2357 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531127; 
Ruth Alary Gillham, St. Louis. 



Broomstick march; by Frances Terry 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (First pieces for 
little fingers) [2358 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 531057; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Brown (Anna Marie) Eight little na- 
ture stories from toneland ; by A. M. 
Brown [of U. S.] op. 10; piano, with 
words. (Edition Wood, no. 918) [2359 
© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529317; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 



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2360 



pt. in, n. s, v. 17 



Brown eyes ; words by Mrs. H. Taylor, 
music by Ray Hibbeler [of U. S.] 

[2360 

© 1 c. Dec. 27, 1921; E 530954; 

Mrs. Harry Taylor, Belloni, Canada. 

Bruna ! versi di E. Molino, musica di 
C. A. Bixio [of Italy] ; mand. ace. 4to. 

[2361 
© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531183; Casa editrice Napoli, New 
York. 

Buck jumping. See Haigh (T.) Six 
Australian sketches. 

Buglb blues ; words by Henry Johnson, 
music by Jefferson Jones [of U. S.] 

[2362 
© Dec. 29, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 529567; F. B. Haviland pub. co., 
New York. 

Butterfly wings ; words by Marie 

Seton, music by Montague F. Phillips 

[of Great Britain] [2363 

© Jan. 26, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 

E 527210; Chappell & co, ltd., London. 

Buttermilk blues ; by M. Brewster [of 
U. S.] ; trombone. [2364 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529378; 
Monty Brewster, Detroit. 

By JovE; words by J. Sylvester, melody 

by Ray Ross Frampton [pseud, of 

Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [2365 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531100; 

Joseph Sylvester, Negaunee, Mich. 

By 'n 'bye; vocal one-step, from Mr. 
Tower of London, words and music by 
Frederick A. Daniels [of Great Brit- 
ain] [Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 

[2366 

© Oct. 5, 1922; 1 c. Oct. 6, 1922; 

E 527238; B. Feldman & co, London. 

Bye-bo; lyrics and music by H. Gilmore 
[of U. S.] [2367 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1922; E 530961; 
Helen Gilmore, New York. 

Cabaret blues ; words by F. Kosmak 
and E. Lahn, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [2368 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529437; 
Frank Kosmak and Ed. Lahn, Oak 
Park, 111. 

CalEndario; versi e musica di A. Gill 
[M. Testa, of Italy] ; mand. ace. Na- 
ples, Armando Gill. 8vo. [2369 
© Dec. 1, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; 
E 527427 ; Italian book co. New York. 



Call (The) oe spring; caprice, by R. 
G. Hailing [of U. S.] ; organ. (Choice 
organ selections, ninth series) [2370 
© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922; 
E 530692; White-Smith music pub. co, 
Boston. 

• (L'appel du printemps) ; by Carl 

Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] op. 383; 
piano. [2371 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529711 ;_Theo. Presser co, Phila- 
delphia. 

Calling me back to you; words and 
music by M. F. Rovcroft [of Canada] 

[2372 
© Jan. 24, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 529388; M. F. Rovcroft, Welling, 
Canada. 

Calm. See Harris (Cuthbert) Two sea 
pictures. 

Calm and cloud. See Organ recital 
pieces. 

Camel bells. See Desert of dreams. 

Camille; words by P. C. Meano, music 
by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Legters music co. [2373 

© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922 ; 
E 531164; Paul C. Meano, Los An- 
geles. 

Cammino (II) ; by Arthur Franklin 
Fuller [of U. S.] ; piano. [2374 

© Nov. 1, 1921; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1921; 
E 531278; Arthur F. Fuller, Los An- 
geles. 

Campagnoli (Bartolomeo) Sette di- 
vertimenti o sonate (Sept divertisse- 
ments) ; di B. Campagnoli, edizione 
riveduta da Enrico Polo [of Italy] 
op. 18; violino. (Edizione .Ricordi, 
no. 189) [2375 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 527236 ; G. Ricordi & co, Milan. 

Canary IslE; words and music by Ben 

Schwartz [of U. S.] [2376 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 

E 529670 ; Ben Schwartz music co. 

New York. 

Candles oe memory ; words by Abigail 
Cresson, music by Alden Barrell [of 
U. S.] [2377 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530974; Theo. Presser co, Phila- 
delphia. 



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2393 



Can't quit me blues ; fox trot, words 
and music by A. L. Countee, sr. [of 
U. S.] [2378 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1922; E 529650; 
Arthur Lorenzo Countee, sr., Austin, 
Tex. 

C a n T i moderni ; versi di Salvatore 
Quici, musica di Vincenzo Di Donato 
[of Italy] ; mand. ace. Naples, Can- 
zone Partenopea. 4to. [2379 
© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531185; Casa editrice Napoli, New 
York. 

Cantique de Noel; Christmas song, by 
Adam, played by Howard Brockway 
[of U. S.] ; song roll, in C. (Ampico 
record music roll, no. 2021 12-E) 

[2380 

© Nov. 20, 1920 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 529748 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Canto (II) del marinaro; versi e 
musica di A. Gill [M. Testa, of Italy] ; 
mand. "ace. Naples, Armando Gill. 
8vo. [2381 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; 
E 527425 ; Italian book co., New York. 

CanzonETTa ; Finnish folksong, by Selim 
Palmgren [of Finland, domiciled at 
Brooklyn, N. Y.] op. 78, no. 3 ;' violin 
and piano. [2382 

© Feb. 24, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 531435 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

Caprice grotesque; pop goes the weasel, 
by Carl V. Lachmund [of U. S.] ; 
violin and piano. [2383 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529710; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Caramel mou; shimmy, de Darius Mil- 

haud [of France] ; piano. [2384 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922: 

E 527056; Editions de la Sirene, Paris. 

[Copyright is claimed on reduction] 

Caresses ; fox trot, by Alonaco, played 
by Sylvester and Jensen [of U. S.] ; 
in E flat. (Ampico record music roll, 
no. 58773-F) [2385 

© Dec. 20, 1920 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 529742; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 

. terpretation] 

Carillon. See Godard (Benjamin 
Louis Paul) Jeanne d'Arc. 



Carillon et fugue; by Matthias Van 
den Gheyn, ed. by Clarence Dickinson 
[of U. S.] ; organ. (Historical recital 
series, no. 36) [2386 

© Feb. 9, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922 ; 
E 531046; H. W. Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing] 

Carmencita ; fandango, by A. Sartorio 
[of Germany] op. 1274 ; piano. [2387 
© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529704; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Carry me back to my dear loved 
Florida ; words by E. G. Blair, music 
by Carl A. Geisser [of U. S.] [2388 
© Feb. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1922 ; 
E 529841 ; Emmett G. Blair, Jackson- 
ville, Fla. 

Cattedrale danzantE; fox-trot, di Ezio 

Carabelia [of Italy] ; piano. [2389 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 

E 527204 ; Casa musicale Sonzogno, 

S. A., Milan. 

Cavalter and coquette; valse, by Henry 
J. Stafford [of Great Britain] ; piano. 

[2390 
© Feb. 22, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; 
E 527462 ; W. Paxton & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Cav mjer (Le) d'OlmEdo (El caballero 
d'Olmedo) ; par Lope de Vega, paroles 
franchises de Camille Le Senne et 
Guillot de Saix, musique de Sylvio 
Lazzari [of France] (Melodies, no. 
2) [2391 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527024; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Cave (The) oe coral. See Coral 
island. 

CelestinE; by G. Vargas [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [2392 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529494; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Chaminade (Cecile Louise Stepha- 
nie) Valse caprice ; by Chaminade, 
op. 33, played by Marv Angell, ed. by 
McNair Ilgenfritz [of U. S.] (Re- 
cordo, no. 65930) [Music roll] 

[2393 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 

E 531483; Recordo player roll co., 

Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 



editinsr" 



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17 



Chanson de route de i/A. L. B. ; 
paroles de Converset, musique de L. 
Barrel [of France] 1. Piano et chant. — 
2. Chant avec ace. harmonic 

[2394, 2395 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527044, 527047 ; Evette et Schaeff er, 
Paris. 

Chanson sur lE elEuvE; Scheherazade, 
poesie de Tristan Klingsor, musique 
de Sylvio Lazzari [of France] (Melo- 
dies, no. 6) [2396 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526925 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Chanson venitienne. See Esquisses. 

Chant de gloirE. See Esquisses. 

Chant de mon pays ; de G. Amaniera 
[of Italy] ; orch. avec piano conduc- 
ted. 4to. [2397 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527019; G. Amaniera, Paris. 

Chant du cgeur; poesie de Ludovic Le- 
blanc, musique de Henri Busser [of 
France] op. 64, no. 3 ; sop. ou ten. 

[2398 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526922 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Chant of the Ibila tribe. See Pearls 
& savages. 

Chant sans paroles. See Tschaikow- 
sky (Peter Iljitch) 

Chants de France ; choix de chants 
patriotiques et populaires, avec ace. de 
piano, notes historiques et explicatives 
et vocabulaire par R. P. Jameson et 
arr. par A. E. Heacox [of U. S.] 
(Heath's modern language series) 
8vo. [2399 

© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
16, 1922; A 654715; D. C. Heath & 
co., Boston. 

Charm oe the universe; words by H. H. 
Bridgewater, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [2400 

© Feb. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922 ; 
E 529939 ; H. H. Bridgewater, Houston. 

Chattanooga booga boo; words by 

Howard Johnson, melody by Walter 

Donaldson [of U. S.] [2401 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1922; E 529681; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Chatterbox (The) ; caprice entr'acte, 
by Cyril Claude Mackenzie, arr. by 
H. M. Higgs [of Great Britain] ; orch. 
with piano. 4to. (Chappell & co.'s 



orchestral journal, no. 851 : Chappell 
& co.'s salon orchestral journal, no. 
142) [2402 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1922; 
E 526981; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

CheriE ; fox trot, by Irving Bibo [of 
U. S.], arr. by Wm. Schulz [of U. S.] ; 
saxophone orch. with piano ace. ad 
lib. 4to. (Feist edition, no. 993-S) 

[2403 

© Jan. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922; 

E 530668 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Chicago chick; words by C. L. Lescyn- 
ski, music by Edouard Hesselberg [of 
U. S.] [2404 

© Dec: 21, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530742; Chas. L. Lescynski, Pan- 
ama, Canal Zone. 

Chickadee; by A. Bowes [of U. S.] 

op. 40, no. 6; piano. New York, 

Schroeder & Gunther. [2405 

© Feb. 8, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 

E 529376; Arthur Bowes, New York. 

Chiddingfold (The) suite; for string 
orch., by Thomas F. Dunhill[of Eng- 
land] op. 60. Contents: 1. March- 
prelude. — 2. Dryads and fauns. — 3. The 
mummers arrive. — 4. The vision of 
Richard Peyto. — 5. Maypole dance. 1. 
Viola. — 2. Violoncello. — 3. Basso. — 4. 
2nd violin.— 5. 1st violin. [2406-2410 
© Feb. 21, 1922; 1 c. each Feb. 23, 
1922; E 527405-527409; Novello & co., 
ltd., London. 

Children's intermezzo. See Othello. 

Children's praise; no. 2, coll. of songs, 
compiled by committee of U. P. gen- 
eral assembly [of U. S.] 2d ed. 12mo. 

[2411 

© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

aff. Feb. 1, 1922; A 653718; United 

Presbyterian board of publication, 

Pittsburgh. 

Child's (A) night song; poem by Mir- 
iam Clark Potter, music bv Karolvn 
Wells Bassett [of U. S.] [2412 

© Jan. 13, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 528535 ; Harold Flammer, inc., New 
York. 

Chinese (A) lament; words from the 
Chinese by Helen Waddell, music by 
C. Alison-Crompton [of Great Britain] 

[2413 
© Dec. 23, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922 ; 
E 527246; Boosey & co., London. 



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2430 



ChinoiseriE; piece breve, par Roger 
Branga [of France] ; piano. [2414 

© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922 ; 
E 527393 ; Durand et cie., Paris. 

Chopin (Frederic Francois) Ma- 
zurka ; by Chopin, op. 67, no. 4, played 
by Flora Zygman [of U. S.] ;,, in A 
minor. (Ampico record music roll, no. 
58573-H) [2415 

© Nov. 20, 1920; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 529716; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Polonaise ; de F. Chopin, op. 26, no. 

1, trans, par Philippe Paquot [of 
France] ; clarinette si bemol et piano. 

[2416 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527074; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

[Copyright is claimed on transcription] 

Chretien (Hedwige) Arabesque; de 
H. Chretien [of France] ; flute, haut- 
bois, clarinette en la, cor, basson et 
piano ad lib. [2417 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527072; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

■ Scherzo ; de H. Chretien [of 

France] ; piano. [2418 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527073; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Christ and the bund man ; symphonic 
poem, bv Timothy Mather Spelman 
[of U. S.] ; full orch. sc. [2419 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 1 c. Dec. 31, 1921 ; 
1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530912; H. W. 
Gray co., New York. 

Christ is risen ; Easter anthem, words 
and music by Ernest H. Sheppard [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices with organ ace. 
4to. (Theo. Presser ,co. Easter an- 
thems) [2420 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530998; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

CingalEE; words by Harry Williams, 
melody by Neil Moret [of U. S.] 

. [2421 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529374; 
Chas. N. Daniels, New York. 

City (The) of Chow ; words from the 
Shi-king, music by Emerson Whit- 
horne [of U. S.] op. 32, no. 4. (On 
a lute of jade, no. 4) [2422 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529206; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 



City (The) of long ago; words by 
J. W. Evans, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub.' corp. [2423 

© Feb. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922 ; 
E 529948; J. Wellington Evans, De- 
troit. 

Ceassiques (Les) favoris du piano; 
morceaux choisis, doigtes, accentues 
et classes progressivement par Th. 
Lack [of France] v. 1 b. 4to. (Edi- 
tion nationale francaise, pantheon des 
pianistes, no. 1200) [2424 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526927 ; Henry Lemoine et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on se- 
lection, fingering, accentuation and ar- 
rangement progressively] 

Closer (L'adoree de mon cceur) ; by 
Leon Du Pare, orchestrated by Russell 
Bennett [of U. S.] ; orch. New York, 
Chappell-Harms, inc. 4to. [2425 

© Jan. 27, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 530662 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Ceoth of goed; overture, by F. Jewell 

[of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [2426 

© Feb. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1922 ; 

E 529839; Fred Jewell, Oskaloosa, la. 

Coal (The) scuttle bonnet; from 
Queen of hearts, words by Philip Rod- 
way and Tom. H. Townson, music by 
Harry Rushworth [of England] 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 

[2427 
© Jan. 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922 ; 
E 527297; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Coasting; words by C. J. Schwart, mel- 
ody by Ray Ross Frampton [pseud, of 
Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [2428 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531107; 
Clara J. Schwart, Washington C. H., O. 

Cocktail (The) curse; from Fun of 
the fayre, words and music by Augus- 
tus Barratt [of England] ; in D. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 

[2429 
© Jan. 23, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527138; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

CoeeEct; for 1st Sunday after Easter, 
four-part song, music by A. R. Mote 
[of England] op. 58, no. 1 ; mixed 
voices. London, Novello & co., ltd. 
4to. [2430 

© Feb. 27, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1922; 
E 527476; Arnold R. Mote, Sidney, 
Australia. 



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Come; again; fox-trot, words by G. P. 

Walter, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.I [2431 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922 ; E 529441 ; Geo. 

P. Walter, Brown wood, Tex. 

Comb back to Erin ; arr. by Harry J. 
Clarke [of U. S.] ; written in musical 
notation and diagram, for Hawaiian 
guit. [2432 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 530790; W 7 m. J. Smith, music co., 
inc., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Come back to ME; words and music bv 
G. W. Oles [of U. S.] [2433 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531115; 
George W. Oles, Boulder, Col. 

words and music by H. C. Butler 

[of U. S.] [2434 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529440; 
Howard C. Butler, Drumright, Okl. 

Come back to me my love; words by 
P. E. Meissner, melody by Ray Ross 
Frampton [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] [2435 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531096; 
Paul E. Meissner, Milwaukee. 

Come back to old Ireland; words and 
music by J. J. Donahue [of U. S.] 

[2436 
© Feb. 13, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531174; John Joseph Donahue, Law- 
rence, Mass. 

Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly dove; 
set to tune Spiritus, words by Isaac 
Watts, music bv E. S. Perkins [of 
U. S.] [2437 

© Dec. 15, 1921 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 531009; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

Come, my soul, thy suit prepare; set 
to tune Petition, words by J. Newton, 
music by E. S. Perkins [of U. S.] 

['2438 
© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531021; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

Come:, O come my life's delight; 
words by Thomas Campion, music by 
Ivor Gurney [of Great Britain] 

[2439 
© Jan. 17, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922 ; 
E 527252 ; Boosey & co., London. 

Come o'er the sea ; traditional Irish air, 
words by Thomas Moore, music arr. 
by Alfred Moffat [of Great Britain] ; 



2 treble voices. 4to. (Collegiate choir, 
no. 347) [2440 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 527283; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 

Come to me, my dear sweetheart; 
words bv J. A. Gonzalez, music by 
George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [2441 
© Feb. 2, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922 ; 
E 529279 ; J. A. Gonzalez, San Antonio. 

Come unto Me ; sacred song, words 
from Matthew 11:28-30, music by 
Ralph Cox [of U. S.] ; sop. and alto. 

[2442 
© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529245 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Coming (The) oe the autumn; words 
by E. A. Crandell, music by A. Leo- 
pold Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, Leg- 
ters music co. [2443 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 531146; Edward A. Crandell, Brant- 
ford, Canada. 

Companion (The) oe my life, you; 
words by Mrs. P. M. Earhart, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Riviera music co. [2444 

© Sept. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530757; Mrs. Paul M. Earhart, 
Council Bluffs, la. 

Comparison (A) ; words by Elsie Juil- 

lerat, music by G. Vargas [of U. S.] ; 

high or medium voice. [2445 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 

E 531062 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Complatnin'; darkey lament, words by 
Alex Rogers, music bv C. Luckevth 
Roberts [of U. S.] " [2446 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c Feb. 7, 1922; 
E 529336; Irving Berlin, inc.. New 
York. 

Composition for beginners ; practical 
course, bv Anna Heuermann Hamilton 
[of U. S.] 4to. [2447 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
16, 1922; A 653831 ; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Comrades of the legion ; march, by 
Sousa, plaved bv [Herbert] Clair and 
[Muriel] Pollock [of U. S.] : in B. 
(Ampico record music roll, no. 
58464-F) [2448 

© Oct. 20, 1920; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 529715; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 



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2465 



Concertino; de Frangois Rasse [of 

France] ; trombone et piano. [2449 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527070; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Concerto-fantasia; by E. L. Bainton 
[of England] ; 2 pianos. London, 
Stainer & Bell, ltd. (Carnegie collec- 
tion of British music) [2450 
© Jan. 14, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527123; Edgar L. Bainton, Birm- 
ingham, England. 

Concerto grosso no. viii ; de Arcangelo 
Corelli, reconstitution et realisation du 
continuo par Rhene-Baton [of France] ; 
partition d'orch., en sol min. [2451 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527004 ; Durand et cie., Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on revised edition] 

Connecticut (A) Yankee; words by 
Walter Hirsch, music by Robert King 
[of U. S.] [2452 

© Jan. 27, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529132; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Contrition ; valse, by Ethel Amers [of 
Great Britain] ; piano. [2453 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922 ? 
E 527174; Metzler & co. (1920) ltd., 
London. 

Cookhouse (A) ditty ; stew, words by 
C. Fox-Smith, music bv Arnold Wil- 
liams [of Great Britain] [2454 
© Jan. 14, 1922; 1 lc. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 527254 ; Boosey & co., London. 

CoouETTE (The) ; by Jessie L. Deppen 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [2455 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529493 ; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Coral island; sketches, bv Arthur W. 
Pollitt [of England] ; pf . Contents : 
1. The lagoon. — 2. Fetching water from 
the spring. — 3. Bathing in the rocky 
pool. — 4. The wreck on the reef. — 5. 
The solitary palm tree.- — 6. The cave 
of coral. [2456 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527121 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 

Cortege burlesque; ceuvre posthume, 
de Emmanuel Chabrier, arr. par P. 
Lacome [of France] ; partition d'orch. 

[2457 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527020 ; _ Costallat et cie., Paris. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 



Cottage (The) in the lane; words 
and melody by R. P. Arnold, arr. of 
harmony bv Mrs. Ira M. Day [of 
U.. S.] [2458 

© Dec. 10, 1921 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922 ; 
E 529302 ; R. Paul Arnold, Plainfield, 
Ind. 

Could you ever learn to love me; 

words and melody bv J. Huml [of 

U. S.] [2459 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922; E 529187; 

Joseph Huml, Milwaukee. 

Counter (A) proposal; words and mel- 
ody by H. Gibson [of Australia, domi- 
ciled at San Francisco] and Paul 
Gerard Smith [of U. S.] [2460 

© 1 c. Dec. 30, 1921; D 26251; 
Hardy Gibson, San Francisco. 

Courante. See M a s s a u (Alfred) 
Suite. 

Cours de piano ; en trois annees, par 
Victor Staub [of France] 2 6me annee. 
(Enseignement moderne du piano) 

[2461 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527371 ; E. Gallet, Paris. 

Coy (The) maiden ; words by Monica 

Savory, music by Bryceson Treharne 

[of Great Britain] ; in C. [2462 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 

E 527249; Boosey & co., London. 

Cradle song. See Grace (Harvey) 
Ten compositions. 

Creation (La) ; poeme et musique de 
F. de La Tombelle [of France] ; voix 
d'enfants, ou de femmes, ace. d'orgue 
ou d'harmonium. Lyon, Janin freres. 

[2463 
© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 526962 ; J. Janin, Lyon, France. 

CrEpusculE. See Goodrich (Florence 
A.) Four little studies in sharps. 

Cristania ; march, by W. Hall [of Eng- 
land, domiciled at Lawrence, Mass.] ; 
piano. Lawrence, Mass., Bay state 
music co. [2464 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 530428 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Crossed in love; humorous song, words 
by Martyn Herbert, music by Her- 
berte Jordan [of Great Britain] 

[2465 

© Jan. 24. 1922; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 527268; Reynolds & co., London. 



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Crowned with light; Easter service, 
words by Eleanor Allen Schroll, mu- 
sic by Henry Fillmore [of U. S.] Cin- 
cinnati, O., Fillmore music house. 8vo. 

[2466 
© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531190; Fillmore brothers co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Cruel daddy blues; words by Chris. 
Smith, music by Tim Brymn [of 
U. S.], arr. by Albert Moquin [of 
U. S.l [2467 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; E 529192; 
Bob Harris, inc., New York. 

Crushed (The) flower; words and 
music by Lillian Clare [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Legters music co. [2468 

© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529654; Mrs. Lee Lynch, Lockhart, 
Tex. 

Cuddle up; fox trot, melody by Lou 

Gold and Bob Effros [of U. $.], arr. 

by L. Gold. [2469 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; E 530855; 

Louis Goldwasser, New York. 

Cuddle-up blues ; words and music by 
Harry De Costa and M. K. Jerome 
[of U. S.] [2470 

© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529533 ; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder 
co., New York. 

Cuddled in the clouds oe love; words 

bv H. E. Brunson, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2471 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529414; 

H. E. Brunson, Elena, Tex. 

Cugina ; versi di Pacifico Vento, mu- 
sica di G. De Luca [of Italy] ; mand. 
ace. 4to. [2472 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531182; Casa editrice Napoli, New 
York. 

Cumberland (The) blues ; words by 
C. D. Bradshaw, melody by Max Nor- 
worth [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] [2473 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530896; 
C. D. Bradshaw, High Springs, Fla. 

Cupboard (The) ; words by Walter de 
la Mare, music by Victor Harris [of 
U. S.] ; high voice in F. (Three 
songs from Dune-home) [2474 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529458; J. Fischer & bro„ New 
York. 



Cupid and co. ; words by R. Budington, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[2475 
© Jan. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529140; Rosalie Budington, New 
York. 

Cupid in a bed oe roses ; madrigal, 
words traditional, music by Thomas 
Bateson, ed. by Edmund H. Fellowes 
[of Great Britain] ; six mixed voices, 
pt. 1. 4to. (Thomas Bateson's second 
set of madrigals, no. 25) [2476 

© Feb. 8, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 
E 527416 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 

Cupid's conquest; intermezzo, by Her- 
man Kahn [of U. S.] ; piano. [2477 
© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529308; Belwin, inc., New York. 

Cupid's transport; words and music by 
M. E. Fowler [of U. S.] [2478 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; E 530853 • 
Mary E. Fowler, Burlington, Vt. 

Curran's (Fred) put and take song; 
written and composed by R. P. Wes- 
ton and Bert Lee [of England] ; in 
E flat. [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] [2479 
© Jan. 23, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527140; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Custer's last charge; march-galop de- 
scriptive, by E. T. Paull [of U. S.] ; 
piano. New York, E. T. Paull music co. 

[2480 

© Feb. 8, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 

E 530955 ; Edward T. Paull, New York. 

Cutest (The) girl in all the world; 
fox trot, words by Ethel Stone, music 
by C. R. Lingenfelter [of U. S.] [2481 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922; E 529369; 
Chester Ray Lingenfelter, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Cycle (A) of life; prelude, by Ronald, 
played by Jean La Farge [of U. S.] ; 
in F. (Ampico record music roll, no. 
58823-F) [2482 

© Dec. 20, 1920; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 529739 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

CytherEa smiling said; madrigal, 
words traditional, music by Thomas 
Bateson, ed. by Edmund H. Fellowes 
[of Great Britain] ; six mixed voices ; 
pt. 2. 4to. (Thomas Bateson's second 
set of madrigals, no. 26) [2483 

. © Feb. 8, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 
E 527415 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd, London. 



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2499 



Czardas ; par V. Monti, transcription 
par G. Ramella [of Italy] ; piano. [2484 
© Feb. 6, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 527229 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Daddy mine ; words by E. R. Belch, 

music by E. S. S. "Huntington [of 

U. S.] [2485 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; E 531231; 

Elsie R. Belch, City Point, Va. 

Daddy o' mine; words by Gene Lincoln, 
music by Al. Edwards [of England] 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] [2486 
© Jan. 20, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 527296 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Daddy, you can't keep from calling 
me your baby ; words by L. Cordier, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[2487 
© Feb. 25, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 529940; Lillian Cordier, Indian- 
apolis. 

Daddy's baby ; words by Mrs. F. Hen- 
derson; melody by Ray Ross Frampton 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [2488 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531095; 
Mrs. Frank Henderson, Lamont, Okl. 

Daddy's lullaby; words by V. C. Clark, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[2489 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529271; Virginia C. Clark, Fargo, 
N. D. 

Dainty (A) gavotte; by Charles Vin- 
cent [of Great Britain] ; piano. (Three 
dance rhythms, no. 3) [2490 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527182; Augener, ltd., London. 

Dammi i tuoi baci ; versi di Riccardo 

Cordiferro, musica di P. Cassia [of 

U. S.] [2491 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; E 529578; 

Pasquale Cassia, White Plains, N. Y. 

Dance. See North country sketches. — 
Othello. 

Dance oe the Fairies. See Heart strings. 

Dance oe the fireflies (Danse des feux 
follets) ; by S. B. Pennington [of U. S.] 
op. 21; piano, 4 hands. (Modern piano 
duets) [2492 

© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 529598; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 



Dance of the houri. See From east- 
ern lands. 

Dancing life ; vocal fox-trot, words by 
C. J. Edwards, music by Christine 
Maitland and Jack Howard [of Eng- 
land] [2493 
© Jan. 24, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 527288 ; Wilford, ltd., London. 

Dancing nymphs; intermezzo, by 
Braine, played by Edgar Fairchild [of 
U. S.] ; in F. (Ampico record music 
roll, no. 58444-F) [2494 

© Oct. 20, 1920 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 529731 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Cop} r right is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Danse afrtcaine. See Pastorale (La) 
provencale. 

Danse carnavalesque; by Jules De- 
vaux [of Great Britain] op. 24; piano, 
4 hands. (Modern piano duets) [2495 
© Feb. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922 ; 
E 529621 ; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Danse dE Bacchus. See Pastorale (La) 
provengale. 

Danse des colombes. See Pastorale 
(La) provencale. 

Danse des lutins ; divertissement, de 

Felix Fourdrain [of France] ; orch. 

avec piano conducteur. 4to. [2496 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527008 ; Editions de la Sirene, Paris. 

Danse (La) des lutins (Dance of the 
elves) ; bv Herbert Ralph Ward [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [2497 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529705; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Danse hindoue. See Pastorale (La) 
provencale. 

Danse hongroisE. See Mesager (Andre) 
Suite. 

Danse petite; by Van Denman Thomp- 
son [of U. S.] op. 3, no. 3 ; pf., 4 hands. 
(Four romantic pieces, no. 3) [2498 
© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 529602; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Danse rustique ; de Felix Fourdrain 

[of France] ; violon et piano. (6 

petites pieces faciles, no. 4) [2499 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527029 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 



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Danse transylvane. See Pastorale 
(La) proveneale. 

Danse venitiEnnE. See Esquisses. 

DarEwski's second album of SEVEN 
comedy duets; written and composed 
by Jack Foley [of England] [2500 

© Jan. 27, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 527295 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Dark town jambourEE; from Splinters 
of 1921, written and composed by Jack 
Cottrell [of England], arr. bv Victor 
D. Campbell [of England] [2501 

© Sept. 16, 1921; 1 c. Oct. 1, 1921; 
E 527084; Frederick Allandale, Lon- 
don. 

Darlin' ; melody by C. W. Jackson [of 
U. S.] [2502 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529399; 
Callis Welborn Jackson, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Darling DolliE; words and music by 
Clara Deskondo England [of U. S.] 
Cleveland, O., England music pub. co. 

[2503 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 530852; Clara D. England, Cleve- 
land. 

Darling Nelly Gray ; arr. by Harry J. 
Clarke [of U. S.] ; written in musical 
notation and diagram, for Hawaiian 
g'uit. [2504 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 530788; Wm. J. Smith music co., 
inc., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

DartsidE; words by Charles Kingsley, 
music by Horace Middleton [of Great 
Britain] op. 16, no. 4. (Five songs, 
no. 4) [2505 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529204 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

Davy Jones ; words by Charles God- 
frey Leland, music by J. W. Black [of 
U. S.] ; men's voices. (Part songs 
and church music, no. 54) [2506 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529676 ; John William Black, Rich- 
mond Hill, N. Y. 

Dawn (The) oe redemption ; Easter 
anthem, words from the Bible, music 
by F. Leslie Calver [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; mixed voices, organ ace. (Oc- 
tavo series, mixed voices, no. 1341) 

[2507 
© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529529; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 



Day ; words and music by H. L. Gaut 
[of U. S.] [2508 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1922; E 529330; 
Helen Lukens Gaut, Pasadena. 

Day by day ; set to tune Cromwell Hall, 
words by Josiah Conder, music by 
E. S. Perkins [of U. S.] [2509 

© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531014; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

Day (The) when I met you; words 
by Mrs. E. F. Quin, music by George 
Graff, jr. Jof U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [2510 

© Tan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529133; Mrs. E. F. Quin, Raynes 
Pk., England. 

Daylight and moonlight; waltz, mel- 
ody by O. A. Lewis [of U. S.] [2511 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1922; E 530608; 
Oscar A. Lewis, New York. 

De ol' ark's a-movErin' ; accompani- 
ment record, by Guion, played by 
Boszka Hejtmanek [of U. S.] ; in F. 
(Ampico record music roll, no. 
58753-F) [2512 

© Dec. 20, 1920; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 529738 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

De time for slEEpin' ; quartet or chorus, 
words by Alfred Wilson Wakeman,. 
music by Ira B. Wilson [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (School choruses) 

[2513 
© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 



E 529682 
delphia. 



Theo. Presser co., Phila- 



Dead rose buds; words by I. M. Mott r 
music by A. V. Bafunno [of U. S.] 

[2514 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1922; E 529540; 
Inez Miller Mott, St. Louis. 

Dear, dear, dear ; words by C. Dewing, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[2515 
© Jan. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529144 ; Chapin Dewing, Kalamazoo, 
Mich. 

Dear heart; words by M. S. Phelps, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[2516 
© Feb. 25, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 529950 ; Mary S. Phelps, San Fran- 
cisco. 



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2533 



Dear little baby ; words and music by 

R. G. Robertson [of U. S.] ; piano 

with words. [2517 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; E 529569; 

Ruby G. Robertson, New York. 

Dear (The) little shamrock; words 
by Andrew Cherry, music from an 
air by William Shield, arr. by Herbert 
Hughes [of Ireland] ; in G. (Histori- 
cal songs and ballads of Ireland) 

[2518 
© Jan. 27, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527169; Metzler & co. (1920) ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Dear mother ; words and melody by F. 
Shackleford [of U. S.], arr. by Wm. 
Schulz [of U. S.] [2519 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528922; Forrest Shackleford, New 
York. 

Dear old dad ; words by Mrs. B. M. 
Thomas, music bv Casper Nathan [of 
U. S.] Kittanning, Pa., B. M. Thomas. 

[2520 
© Feb. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1922 ; 
E 529844; Mrs. B. M. Thomas, Kit- 
tanning, Pa. 

Dear old Ireland is a free state now; 
march, words and music by F. J. Lowe 
[of U. S.] New York, Friends of the 
Irish Free State. [2521 

© Feb. 3, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1922 ; 
E 529631 ; Francis J. Lowe, New York. 

Dearest (The) spot on Earth; arr. by 
Harry J. Clarke [of U. S.] ; written 
in musical notation and diagram, for 
Hawaiian guitar. [2522 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 530786; Wm. J. Smith music co., 
inc., New York. [Copyrght is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Dearheart oe sweetheart days ; words 

bv B. J. Halsev, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2523 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; E 531238; 

Blanche J. Halsey, Cumberland, Md. 

Dearie, Fm thinking oe you; words 
and music by M. Topjian [of U. S.] 
Boston, Mass., Tremont music pub. co. 

[2524 
© Jan. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 530697; Michael Topjian, Dor- 
chester, Mass. 

Dearie, since I met you ; words by 
W. C. Smith, music by O. J. Clauder 
[of U. S.] [2525 



17 



© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922; E 529208; 
Wayne C. Smith and Oscar J. Clauder, 
Cleveland. 

Deep in my heart is mother; words 
by A. Drabinsky,_ music by A. Leo- 
pold Richard [of L. S.] Chicago, Leg- 
ters music co. . [2526 

© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922 ; 
E 531135; Albert Drabinsky, Camden, 
N.J. 

Deepwater (The) man; words by 
James Stuart Montgomery, music by 
R. Huntington W'oodman [of U. S.] ; 
low or medium voice. [2527 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 531060 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Dejah ; words by Joseph Henry Mc- 
Grath, music bv Wallace Stuart Keith 
[of U. S.], arr. by Walter Paul [of 
U. S.] [2528 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922; E 531285; 
David M. Green, Philadelphia. 

Deubes (Clement Philibert Leo) 
Prelude et valse lente ; from the ballet 
Coppelia by Delibes, arr. by Ernest 
Reeves [of Great Britain] ; 2 violins, 
'cello, bass, harmonium and piano. 
(Schott & co.'s cinema repertory, no. 
71) [2529 

© Jan. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 
E 527442; Schott & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Democracy ; words and music by W. G. 

Jahnke [of U. S.], arr. by Eddie R. 

Williams [of U. S.] [2530 

© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1921; E 530840; 

William G. Jahnke, Chicago. 

Desert lady ; words and muse by E. L. 
Rogers [of U. S.] [2531 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531109; 
Eleonora Lena Rogers, Des Moines. 

Desert oe dreams ; cycle, words by Ed- 
ward Lockton, music by Alan Temple 
[of Great Britain] ; medium voice. Con- 
tents : 1. Camel bells.— 2. A thousand 
nights. — 3. Kama's lute. — 4. The jour- 
ney's end. [2532 
© Feb. 3, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 527155; Cary & co.,' London. 

Desert roses; by Katerina Bogosoff, 
music by Charles Marshall [of Great 
Britain] 1. In B flat.— 2. In C— 3. 
In D. [2533 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 1 c. each Jan. 21, 
1922 ; E 527086 ; Joseph Williams, ltd., 
London. 

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Desierto; tango de Sheherazade, par 

Roger Dufas [of France] ; piano. La 

Parisienne edition musicale. [2534 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 

E 527359; Lorette, Paris. 

De Vore (Nicholas) Fifty famous 
favorites ; coll., ed., and rev. by N. 
De Vore [of U. S.] 4to. [2535 

©__ Feb. 6, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 530956 ; Richmond-Robbins, inc., 
New York. 

Dewdrops ; by Florence Eldredge [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., Bay 
state music co. (Tunes for little hands, 
no. 6) [2536 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 530423 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

D'Hardelot's (Guy) popular songs; 
selection, arr. by Dan Godfrey [of 
Great Britain] ; full military band. 
(Chappell's army journal, no. 494) 

[2537 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 28, 1922; 

E 527461 ; Chapell & co., ltd., London. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Dialogue d'amour ; romance, by J. Har- 
old Weisel [of U.S.] ; organ. (Organ 
compositions, 2nd series, no. 16) [2538 
© Feb. 13, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 529568; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

DiLLER (Angela) Thirty folk-tunes; 
first album, texts bv Kate Stearns 
Page, arr. by A. Diller [of U. S.] 
(Duet albums, for two beginners in 
piano playing) [2539 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 531058; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Dime porque ? fox trot, letra de Firso 
Saenz, musica de E. Vigil y Robles 
[of Mexico] [2540 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E _ 529835 ; 
Eduardo Vigil y Robles, Mexico City, 
Mex. 

Dirge for FidELE; words by Shake- 
speare, music by R. Vaughan Williams 
[of Great Britain] ; 2 mezzo-sop. 4to. 
(Edwin Ashdown's series of vocal 
duets, second series, no. 90) [2541 

© Jan. 26, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 526987 ; Edwin Ashdown, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Distant chimes ; by A. C. Mackenzie 
[of England] op. 89. 1. Violin. — 
2. Violin and pf. [2542,2543 



© Jan. 28. 1922; 1 c. each Jan. 30, 
1922; E 527001, 527002; Novello & 
co., ltd., London. 

Divertissement. See Messager 
(Andre) Suite. 

Divine (The) Shepherd; anthem, 
words from Psalm xxiii, music by 
A. Tiffany [of England] ; mixed 
voices, organ ace. 4to. (Sacred com- 
position series, no. 73) [2544 
© Feb. 22, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 23, 1922; 
E 527403; Albert Tiffany, Hudders- 
field, England. 

Dixie baby girl ; words by Walter 
Cederberg, melody by R. Cederberg 
[of U. S.], arr. by Walter Smith [of 
U. S.l [2545 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; E 529469; 
Rudolph Cederberg, San Francisco. 

Dixieland is paradise to me; one step, 
words by Ted Nagel, melody by F. K. 
Jones and Ernest L. Horst [of U. S.], 
arr. by E. L. Horst. [2546 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; E 529860; 
Frank Kyle Jones, New York. 

Dizi (F. J.) 48 studii; di F. J. Dizi, 
nuova edizioni riveduti e diteggiati da 
L. M. Tedeschi [of Italy] ; arpa. 
(Edizione Ricordi, no. 124, 125) v. 1. 
no. 1-24.— v. 2. no. 25-48. 

[2547, 2548 
© Feb. 6. 1922; 1 c. each Feb. 8, 
1922; E 527222, 527224; G. Ricordi 
& co., Alilan. 

Do TELL ME : words by J. O. McCloskey, 
music by Ray Hibbeler [of U. S.] 

[2549 
© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531224; John O. McCloskey, Du 
Bois, Pa. 

Do you love ME; words by B. Stokset, 

melody by Max Norworth [pseud, of 

Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [2550 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530892; 

Bert Stokset, Fairfax, Wash. 

Dolly Dimples ; words by Jean Har- 
mon, music by Billy James [of U. S.] 

[2551 
© Tan. 6, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922 ; 
E 529564; F. B. Haviland pub. co., 
New York. 

Dolphin (The) ; waltz, [and] Poppy 
blossoms ; waltz, by T. R. Dawley [of 
U. S.] ; 1st and 2nd mand. (Stratton 
method) [2552 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530643; Thomas R. Dawley, New 
York. 



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2570 



Dondola (La) ; etude, by Melchiorre 
Mauro-Cottone [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[2553 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 531002; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Don't be naughty ; words by Ned 
Thomas [pseud, of N. Durham], mel- 
ody by Max Norworth [pseud, of 
Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [2554 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530895; 
Nettie Durham, Converse, La. 

Don't build a wall 'round the girl 
you love; fox trot, words by G. E. 
Stone, music by Chas. A. Arthur [of 
U. S.l Wheeling, W. Va., K. B. 
Mansell. [2555 

© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 531201; Gardner E. Stone, Council 
Grove, Kan. 

Don't forget; words by Elsye M. Por- 
ter, music by R. R. Coats [of U. S.l 

[2556 
© .1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; E 530705; 
Roscoe Roy Coats, Macomb, 111. 

Don't forget the prayer tonight; 
words by E. M. Bowers, music by A. 
Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Legters music co. [2557 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 531154; Evelyn M. Bowers, Olney, 
111. 

Don't forget to love ME; words by L. J. 
Dantzler, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [2558 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529264 ; Laura Julia Dantzler, Ellor- 
lee, S. C. 

Don't leave me dear ; words by B. 
Stokset, melody by Max Norworth 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

T2559 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530891; 
Bert Stokset, Fairfax, Wash. 

Don't say it at all ; words and music 
by R. R. Coats [of U. S.] [2560 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1922; E 529643; 
Roscoe Roy Coats, Macomb, 111. 

Don't take my mammy away; words 
by Jack Schwartz, music by Harry 
Dobkin [of U. S.] Philadelphia, Pa., 
Dobkin pub. co. [2561 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 531082; Harry Dobkin music co., 
Philadelphia. 



Don't you hear me callin', Emaline; 
words by O. H. Simmons, music by 
George Green [of U. S.] [2562 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1922; E 529303; 
Oscar Hiram Simmons, East Chicago, 
Ind. 

Dora; words by M. J. Yanno, music by 
Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [2563 

© Feb. 25, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 529947; Mario J. Yanno, Port- 
land, Me. 

Dors la-bas, petit Baya; berceuse 
d'Afrique, texte de Ernest Psichari, 
musique de Henri Biisser [of France] 
op. 64, no. 1. (Melodies et duos, no. 9) 

[2564 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527021 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Down among the daisies ; words and 
music by R. C. Young [of U. S.], arr. 
by Earl C. McCullough [of U. S.] 

[2565 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; E 529176; 
Russell C. Young, Columbus, O. 

Down Caroline way ; fox trot, words 
by Jack F. O'Hagan, music by Henrv 
Carson [of Australia] [2566 

© Nov. 15, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527125 ; Allan & co., pty. ltd., Mel- 
bourne, Australia. 

Down Havana way ; words by Geo. A. 
Little, music bv Billy Baskette [of 
U. S.] [2567 

© Feb. 27, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922 ; 
E 531442; First mutual music publish- 
ers, inc., Chicago. 

Down in Caroline; by F. L. Ventre 
[of U. S.] ; melody, with piano ace. 

[2568 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; E 529185; 
Frank L. Ventre, Washington. 

Down in love's garden; lyric by F. 
Shackleford, music by Emily V. Ebert 
[of U. S.], arr. by Wm. Schulz [of 
U. S.1 [2569 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E, 528925 ; Forrest Shackleford, New 
York. 

Down in that old country town ; 

words by H. G. Heissler, melody by 

Raymond A. Browne [of U. S.] [2570 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; E 531429; 

H. G. Heissler, Louisville. 



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Down the: lane; words by M. Mathey, 

music by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.l 

Chicago, Legters music co. [2571 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 

E 531166; Maggie Mathey, Zoarville,0. 

Down the lane with Polly ; words by 
E. T. Elliott, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [2572 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529285 ; Edna T. Elliott, New Water- 
ford, O. 

Down the vale of twilight shadows; 
words by Clifford Harris, music by 
R. Penso [of England] ; in D. [Old 
and new notations] [2573 

© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922 ; 
E 527141 ; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Down where the Mississippi flows; 
words and music by A. E. Armstrong 
[of England, domiciled at Indianap- 
olis] [2574 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; E 530823; 
Aubrey Eugene Armstrong, Indian- 
apolis. 

Dream faces ; by W. Berwald [of U. S.] ; 
piano. (Lyric pieces) [2575 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529707; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Dream girl; words and music by B. 
Jacobson [of U. S.] [2576 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529435; 
Benjamin Jacobson, Bottineau, N. D. 

Dream (A) of home; by I. Goldstein 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [2577 

© lc. Feb. 16, 1922; E 529591; 
Irving Goldstein, New York. 

Dream of love; song without words, 
by A. Tellier [of Germany] ; piano. 

[2578 

© July 8, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 530969; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 
Dream (A) of yesterday ; ballad, words 
by Jean Harmon, music by Billy James 
[of U. S.] [2579 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922; 
E 529566; F. B. Haviland pub. co., 
New York. 

Dreamer (The) ; words by Ethel Roads, 
music by Helen MacDonald [of U. S.] ; 
medium voice. [2580 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 531083; MacDonald & Roads, Potts- 
ville, Pa. 



Dreaming ; words by R. Teabout, music 
by Norrie Bernard [of U. S.] New 
York, Lenox co. [2581 

© Dec. 25, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 
E 529365; Ralph Teabout, Hunting- 
ton, N. Y. 

Dreaming as she sleeps ; words and 
music by Arthur S. Josselyn [of 
U. S.] Rev. ed. [2582 

© Feb. 14, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529525 ; Alpha music co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. [Copyright is claimed on 
new matter] 

Dreaming of you; humorous, duet, 
words and music by Leslie Weston [of 
Great Britain] ; with harmonized 
chorus; in C. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] [2583 

© Jan. 24, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 527271 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

words by A. Kraver, music by 

Edouard Hesselberg [of U. S.] 

[2584 
© Dec. 7, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530740 ; Anna Kraver, East 
Meadow, N. Y. 

-words by B. S. Bierer, music by 

Harry Tillman [of U. S.] New York. 
Authors and composers service co. 

[2585 
© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 530899; Billy S. Bierer, Bethel, O. 

words by H. R. Reather, melody by 

Ray Ross Frampton [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] [2586 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530887; 
H. R. Reather, Fort Smith. Ark. 

words by Harry Williams, melodv 

by Neil Moret [of U. S.] [2587 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; E 530857; 
Chas. N. Daniels, New York. 

DrEamrose; words by Elsie Mary Skeet, 

music by John Openshaw [of Great 

Britain] [2588 

© Feb. 23, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922 ; 

E 527410 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Dreams; melody by C. W. Jackson [of 
U. S.] [2589 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529398; 
Callis W. Jackson, San Francisco. 

words and music by H. Walker [of 

U. S.], arr. by Helen Frances Walker 
[of U. S.] [2590 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922; E 529344; 
Helen Walker, Tacoma. 



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2607 



words by H. J. Lohr, music by Geo. 

Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
world music pub. corp. [2591 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529277 ; Henry J. Lohr, St. Paul. 

words by R. Green, melody by Ray 

Ross Frampton [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S-l [2592 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1922; E 529962; 
Rachel Green, Pearl River, La. 

words by W. W. Esmer, music by 

George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [2593 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529289 ; W. Walter Esmer, Hagers- 
town, Md. 

Dreams come true; words by E. F. 
Drouin, music by Norrie Bernard [of 
U. S.] New York, Lenox co. [2594 
© Dec. 27, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 
E 529361 ; Ephram F. Drouin, Lynn, 
Mass. 

Dreams oe love; words by A. Reich, 

music bv E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] ' [2595 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1922; E 531506; 

Alice Reich, N. Minneapolis, Minn. 

words by B. Lozier, music by 

George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [2596 
© Jan. 25. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529137; Bessie Lozier, Gloucester, 
N. J. 

Dreams of the old home; words by 
M. G. Vondra, melody by Max Nor- 
■worth [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.l [2597 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531094; 
Mary Cecelia Vondra, Omaha, Neb. 

Dreamy little nigger; words by R. Q. 
Jennings, music bv George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [2598 

© Jan. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529138 ; Robt. Q. Jennings, Roswell, 
Tex. 

Drifting away erom me; waltz, bv N. 
Conway [of U. S.], arr. by Will Held 
[of U. S.l ; orch. with piano. 4to. 

[2599 
© Dec. 19, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1921 ; 
E 530711; Nora Conway, Philadel- 
phia. 

Drum and EiFE; march song, words by 
Edith Sanford Tillotson, music by Ira 



B. Wilson [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. (School choruses) [2600 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529683; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Drum (The) major; march, by Carl 
Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] op. 447, no. 
2 ; pf. Lawrence, Mass., Bay state 
music co. (Storiettes, no. 2) [2601 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530424 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Dryads and fauns. See Chiddingfold 
(The) suite. 

Earth has nothing sweet or fair ; 
set to tune Fair, words by J. SchelfHer, 
tr. by F. E. Cox, music by E. S. 
Perkins [of U. S.] [2602 

© Dec. 15, 1921 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 531012; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

Earth rapture. Sec Third album of 
songs. 

Easter (The) flower. See Schirmer's 
(G.) Easter carol annual. 

Easter (An) ode; anthem for Easter- 
tide ; words by Henry Alford, music 
by Edward Shippen Barnes [of U. S.] 
op. 35, no. 1 ; chorus of mixed voices, 
organ ace. (G. S. 8vo choruses, no. 
6964) [2603 

© Feb. 3, 1922 r 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 531051 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Easter tide ; words by A. K. Cunning T 
ham, melody by Raymond A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [2604 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; E 531430; 
Anna Kimball Cunningham, Nobscot, 
Mass. 

Easy melodious sight reading pieces; 
by Christian Schafer [of Great Brit- 
ain] op. 103 ; piano. (Augener's edi- 
tion, no. 8364) [2605 
© Jan. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 
E 527449 ; Augener, ltd., London. 

Ecstasy ; by William Y. Webbe [of 

U. S.] ; organ. [2606 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 

E 529230 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Egiziana (L') ; parole di L. Codari, 
musica di G. Muggiani [of Italy] ; 
mand. ace. Milan, Casa editrice mu- 
sicale Pierrot. [2607 

© Nov. 1, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526998 ; Italian book co., New York. 



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Egypt land; melody, by A. (Buddy) 
Fields [of U. S.] [2608 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529406; 
Arthur Fields, Allandale, Fla. 

Egypt moon ; lyric and melody by A. 

Schiller [of U. S.], arr. by Harry 

Alford [of U. S.] [2609 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; E 529580; 

Albert Schiller, Chicago. 

Egyptian rose; oriental fox-trot, mel- 
ody by F. G. Albers [of U. S.] [2610 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922; E 529189; 
Fred G. Albers, Los Angeles. 

Elegie [et] Serenade EspagnolE; de 

M. T. Bonhomme [of France] op. 

88, 89 ; violoncelle et piano. [2611 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527062 ; M. T. Bonhomme, Paris. 

Elegie brEtonne. See Suite pittoresque. 

Elementary rhythmic studies ; by 
Wilson Manhire [of England] ; pf. 

[2612 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 526993 ; Warren & Phillips, London. 

ElEndE (Dos) kind; words and music 
by M. Karlinsky [of U. S.] [2613 

© Jan. 20, 1922; 2 c. Tan. 30, 1922; 
E 530624; Morris Karlinsky, Brook- 
lyn. 

ElianE; fantaisie, de G. Amaniera [of 

Italy] ; orch. avec piano conducteur. 

4to. [2614 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527065; G. Amaniera, Paris. 

Elle l'Enchaina dans une grotte; 
poesie de Maurice Maeterlinck, mu- 
sique de Svlvio Lazzari [of France] 
(Melodies, no. 7) [2615 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526928; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Emigrant (The) ; poem by John Mase- 

field, music by F. S. Breville-Smith 

[of England] ; in E minor. [2616 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 

E 527150; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Enchanting dance ; by G. W. Oles [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [2617 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531114; 
George W. Oles, Boulder, Col. 

Energy. See Moods. 

Enfant (L') prodiguE. See Auber 
(Daniel Frangois Esprit) 



Enrico Caruso; polcha, melodia di 
Giuseppe Tarantola [of Italy, domi- 
ciled at Brooklyn] [2618 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1922; E 531040; 
Rosario Catalano, Brooklyn. 

Entree des Tziganes. See Messager 

(Andre) Suite. 
Epithalame ; by J. G. Pennequin [of 

France] ; orch. avec piano conducteur. 

4to. [2619 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527037 ; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Era ... zitella ! versi e musica di C. A. 

Bixio [of Italy] ; mand. ace. Naples, 

Yedova Ceccoli e figli. 8vo. [2620 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1922; 

E 527351 ; Italian book co., New York. 

Erin, the tear and the smile; words 
by Thomas Moore, music arr. by Her- 
bert Hughes [of Ireland] ; in A flat. 
(Historical songs and ballads of Ire- 
land) [2621 
© Jan. 27, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922 ; 
E 527166; Metzler & co. (1920) ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

EscarpolETTE. See Goodrich (Florence 
A.) Four little studies in flats. 

EsquissES ; suite de moyenne force et 
d'ordre progressif, de F. Ronchini [of 
France] ; violoncelle et piano. Con- 
tents : 1. Lamento. — 2. 2 me gavotte. — 
3. Chant de gloire. — 4. Chanson veni- 
tienne. — 5. Danse venitienne. — 6. For- 
lana. [2622 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922 ; 
E 527420; M. Rossignol, Paris. 

EternEllE (L') voix ! chanson, paroles et 
musique de Albert Larrieu [of France] 

[2623 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527397; Louis Jacquot, Paris. 

Eterno (L') dubbio; versi di Riccardo 

Cordiferro, musica di P. Cassia [of 

U. S.] [2624 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530924; 

Pasquale Cassia, White Plains, N. Y. 

Evans' eashion plate march; by C. E. 

Duble [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [2625 

© Dec. 20, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 

E 530945; Charles E. Duble, Jeffer- 

sonville, Ind. 

Evening star ; words by Edgar Allan 
Poe, music by Edward Royce [of U. $,] 
(Three settings of poems, no. 1 ) [2626 
© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529205 ; Composers' music corp., New 
York. 



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Eventide; by B. Summers [of U. S.] ; 

piano. [2627 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 

E 531217; Birt Summers, Berrien 

Springs, Mich. 

by Charles Huerter, trans, by F. S. 

Newcombe [of Great Britain, domi- 
ciled at New York] ; organ. [2628 
© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 530944; Harold Flammer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on tran- 
scription] 

EVER I SHALE LOVE YOU THRU ALL ETER- 
NITY ; waltz song, words and music 
by E. R. Shortt [of U. S.] [2629 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1922; E 529812; 
Earle R. Shortt, Wilmington, Del. 

Evergreen (The) TREE; words and mel- 
ody by C. F. Walsh [of U. S.] [2630 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530916; 
Clara F. Walsh, San Mateo, Calif. 

Every day ; from For goodness' sake, 

words by Arthur Jackson, music by 

William Daly [of U. S.] [2631 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 

E 529348; Harms, inc., New York. 

Ev'ry little minute; words by Lola 
Reger, music by George Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.l New York, World music pub. 
corp. [2632 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529283 ; Lola Reger, Weston, W. Va. 

Exploits (Les) de joueurs de dames; 
paroles et musique de G. Beauregard 
[of U. S.] 4to. [Photostat] [2633 
© Jan. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 530700 ; George Beauregard, Haver- 
hill, Mass. 

Extreme-orient; 3 poemes de Albert 
Samain, musique de Rene Chansarel 
[of France] ; voix moyenne. Contents : 
1. Le fleuve au vent du soir. — 2. La vie 
est une fleur. — 3. Je n'ai plus le grand 
coeur. [2634 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 526958; E. Demets, Paris. 

Eyes of you ; fox trot, ballard by B. 
Brown, music by G. Gavlord [of U. S.] 

[2635 
© Dec. 15, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530702; Bruce Brown and Gene 
Gaylord, Los Angeles. 

F. A. B. march song ; words and music 
by D. Turner-Hungad [of U. S.] [2636 
^ © lc. Feb. 2, 1922 ; E 529233 ; Daisy 
Turner-Hungad, Rochester, N. Y. 

2606—22 3 2 



Fables, don't believe their fables ; 
from Frank Fay's fables, words and 
music by Clarence Gaskill [of U. S.] 

[2637 
© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 529594; Harms, inc., New York. 

Face (The) in the elame; words by 
M. E. McCarn, music by A. Leopold 
Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters 
music co. [2638 

© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922 ; 
E 531144; Marion E. McCarn, Water- 
town, N. Y. 

Fag Ends ; musical recitation, words by 
Frank H. Fox, music by Graham Keith 
[of Great Britain] (Musical mono- 
logues, no. 246) [2639 
© Jan. 24, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 527273 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

Fair rosebud (Bouton de rose) ; poem 
by Constance de Salm, English text by 
Stewart A. Trench [of France, domi- 
ciled at New York], music by Pradher, 
har. by Gustave Ferrari [of France, 
domiciled at New York] French and 
English texts. (In Twelve French bal- 
lads, no. 5) [2640 
© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529219; H. W. Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on harmoniza- 
tion and English text] 

Fairy land in Florida; words and mu- 
sic by C. Arthur Fifer [of U. S.] 

[2641 
© Jan. 28. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530620; C. Arthur Fifer, Quincy, 
111. 

Fatry (A) tale. See Gibbs (C. Arm- 
strong) Three sketches. 

Fairy (The) tales my mother told; 

words and music by Leslie Elliott [of 

Great Britain] ; in F. [2642 

© Jan. 27, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 

E 527157; Cary & co., London. 

Fairy's (A) love song (Liebeslied 
einer fee) ; words by Ella Higginson, 
German tr. bv Cornelie Otten, music 
by H. Livingstone [of U. S.] [2643 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1922; E 529546; 
Helen Livingstone, Los Angeles. 

Faith in the one you love; words by 
H. E. Quickert, music by George 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [2644 

© Jan. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529141 ; Hilda E. Quickert, Wash- 
ington. 

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False (The) prophet; words by Regi- 
nald V. Darow, music by John Prindle 
Scott [of U. S.] ; high voice. [2645 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 530884; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
inc., New York. 

Fanciful dreams; words by M. and C. 
Hook, music by Edouard Hesselberg 
[of U. S.] [2646 

© Dec. 21, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530747 ; Marie and Christabel Hook, 
Henderson, Mich. 

FantaisiE. See 2 e sonate. 

Fantasie on Old hundred; festival 
prelude or postlude, by John Hermann 
Loud [of U. S.] ; organ. (Choice 
organ selections, ninth series) [2647 
© Jan. 3, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922 ; 
E 530690; White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. 

Fantasietta avEc variations ; sur un 
theme provencal, par Theodore Du- 
bois [of France] ; orgue. obi. 8vo. 

[2648 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530768; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Farewell; words by S. Hawkins, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2649 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529411; 
Sarah Hawkins, Conemaugh, Pa. 

Farewell old state; words by K. E. 
Hickok, melody by Max Norworth 
{pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

[2650 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530890; 
Kenneth E. Hickok, Ulysses, Kan. 

Farmer John; by J. M. Baldwin [of 
U< S.] op. 74; piano. Lawrence, 
Mass., Bay state music co. [2651 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530430; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Fascino slavo; valzer romantico, di 
Maria Tamajo [of Italy] ; piano. 

[2652 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 527230 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Father, in Thy mysterious presence; 
set to tune Revelatio, words by Sam- 
uel Johnson, music by E. S. Perkins 
[of U. $.] [2653 

© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531035; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 



Father, within Thy house we kneel ; 
hymn anthem, words and music by 
Shirley Dean Nevin [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Theo. Presser co., 
hvmn anthem for mixed voices) 

[2654 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530991; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Faust; from act in, arr. by Harry J. 
Clarke [of U. S.] ; written in musical 
notation and diagram, for Hawaiian 
guit. [2655 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 530778; Wm. J. Smith music co., 
inc., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Feelings ; words and music by Armon 

Homer [of U. S.], arr. by Carl Weber 

[of U. S.] [2656 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1922; E 530913; 

Realm music pub. house, Seattle. 

Fennta rediviva ; by Oskar Merikanto 
[of U. S.], arr. by Theo. M. Tobani 
[of U. S.] ; band. (E. F. M. O. edi- 
tion, no. 1) [2657 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 530877; Eastern Finnish musical 
organization, Worcester, Mass. 

Fetching water from the spring. See 
Coral island. 

Fier amour ; poesie de Jean Bouscatel, 
musique de Henri- Biisser [of France] 
op. 64, no. 2; sop. ou ten. (Melo- 
dies et duos, no. 11) [2658 
© Dec. 31. 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527025 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Fin du jour; par Charles Simian [of 
France] ; violon et piano. "Editions 
litteraires et musicales. (Trois pieces, 
no. 3) . [2659 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527383; A. Z. Mathot, Paris. 

Final. See Messager (Andre) Suite. 

Finky THE, caveman ; fox trot, lyric by 

Jack Harrington, music by Louis Pa- 

nella [of U. S.] [2660 

© Dec. 24, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 

E 529371 ; Bartlett music co., Detroit. 

Finnish ballade; by Selim Palmgren 
[of Finland, domiciled at Brooklyn, 
N. Y.] op. 79, no. 2 ; piano. [2661 

© Feb. 24, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 531438 ; Composers' music corp., New 
York. 



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Finnish romance; by Selim Palmgren 
[of Finland, domiciled at Brooklyn, 
N. Y.l op. 78, no. 5 ; violin and piano. 

[2662 
© Feb. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922 ; 
E 531436 ; Composers' music corp., New 
York. 

FiorETTa; by Joseph J. McGrath [of 
U. S.] [2663 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530984; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Firelight dreams; words by C. J. 
Brainerd, music by G. W. Stevens [of 
U. S.] [2664 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531220; Clarence J. Brainerd and 
Glenn W. Stevens, Lansing, Mich. 

Fireside love dreams ; words and music 

by H. S. Regar [of U. S.] [2665 

© Jan. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 

E 531086; H. Severn Regar, Norris- 

town, Pa. 

First Love. See Fox (Sam) popular 
standard waltz folio. 

First sonata ; by Arnold Bax [of Great 
Britain] ; piano, in F sharp minor. 

[2666 
© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922 ; 
E 527190; Murdoch, Murdoch & co., 
London. 

First studies in polyrhythms (Pri- 
mero estudio en poliritmica) ; with pre- 
paratory exercises, by Constantin Stern- 
berg [of U. S.] op. 118; traducido por 
Ariberto de Butera ; piano. (Schirm- 
er's scholastic series, v. 3) [2667 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 531053 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Fisher- wife's (A) lullaby; words 

anon., music bv E. Blanchard [of 

U. S.] [2668 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 529518; 

Eugene Blanchard, Piedmont, Calif. 

Flag oe America ; words by Mary V. 

McCandless, music by Henry Houselev 

[of U. S.] [2669 

© Feb. 3, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922 ; 

E 531218; Ida Wilson, Florence, Col. 

Flash me a radio; fox-trot, words by 

R. F. Keefe, music by H. O. Jenks [of 

U. S.] [2670 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529417; 

H. O. Jenks, Washington. 

FleuvE (Le) au vent du soir. See 
Extreme-orient. 



F-l-o-r-i-d-a ; words by Arthur Nice 
and Ray Cooke, music by A. Nice [of 
a S.] [2671 

© Jan. 21, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 529167; Arthur Bert Nice, Barber- 
ton, O. 

Flower (A) erom memory's garden; 
words by Elsie M. Skeet, music by 
Jack Thompson [of Great Britain] ; in 
E flat. [2672 

© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 527259; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Flowers (The) of love; words by E. F. 
Franklin, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[2673 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 531160; Ella F. Franklin, Colfax, 
Calif. 

Flowers (The) of the forest. See 
Organ recital pieces. 

Foggy (The) dew; old Irish melody, 
trans, by Arnold Trowell [of Great 
Britain] op. 49, no. 3 ; violoncello or 
violin and piano. (Transcriptions, no. 
9) [2674 

© Jan. 16, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527187; Schott & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcription] 

Fontaine (La) de pitie ; poesie de 
Henry Bataille, musique de Sylvio Laz- 
zari [of France] (Melodies, no. 3) 

[2675 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527026; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Foolish wives ; words by Clarence J. 
Marks and Norah Lee Haymond, music 
by Jack Stern [of U. S.] [2676 

© Feb. 16, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 529453; Joe Mittenthal, inc., New 
York. 

For it's this way, honey ; words by 
M. De Mark, music by A. Leopold 
Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters 
music co. [2677 

© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922 ; 
E 531141; Mike De Mark, Florence, 
Wis. 

For now Ireland is free; words by P. 

Bostic, melody by Eugene Platzman 

[of U. S.] [2678 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; E 529182; 

Paul Bostic, New York. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



For she is my girl; words by H. Davids, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] • [2679 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529444; 

Herman Davids, Indianapolis. 

For the grand old F. O. E. ; words by 
J. P. Lohr, music by A. B. Watkins 
[of U. S.] [2680 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922 ; E 529386 ; 
A. Byres Watkins, Warren, O. 

For you alone; words by W. Eiff, mu- 
sic by Gordon M. Newham [of U. S.] 

[2681 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; E 529474; 
W r illiam Eiff, Louisville. 

Forget me not, forget me not; words 
by B. Williams, music by George 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [2682 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529822 ; Bess Williams, Evart, Mich. 

Forgive me, for I can't forget; words 

and music by Lou Davis and Harry 

Richman [of U. S.] [2683 

© Feb. 16, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1922; 

E 529667; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Forgiven ; words by the Niles Barber 
[pseud, of W. Winters], music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, Riviera 
music co. [2684 

© June 10, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530764; Ward Winters, Niles, Mich. 



Forlana. See Esquisses. 

Formulario del pianista (Formulaire 
du pianiste) ; scelta di esercizii fonda- 
mentali, di Giovanni Sgambati [of 
Italy] ; piano. (Edizione Ricordi, no. 
49) [2685 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 527223 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Fosguil an dorus ; tune. See She is far 
from the land. 

Four (The) seasons; a song cycle, 
adapted from the poems of William 
Cullen Bryant, music by A. H. Beck- 
with [of U. S.] Contents: 1. Spring. — 
2. Midsummer. — 3. Autumn. — 4. Win- 
ter. [2686 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922; E 529130; 
Alfred Henry Beckwith, Chicago. 

Fowler (The) twist; tango, words and 
melody by Lemuel Fowler [of U. S.] 

[2687 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; E 530937; 
W. L. Albury music pub. co., New 
York. 

188 



Fox (Sam) popular orchestra folio, 
no. 10; by various authors [of U. S.], 
arr. bv J. S. Zamecnik [of U. S.] ; 
1st violin. 4to. [2688 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529490; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Fox (Sam) popular standard rag 
folto; v. 1, by various authors [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [2689 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529505 ; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Fox (Sam) popular standard waltz 
folio; v. 1, by various authors [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Contents: Lady Betty; 
waltzes, by Will Duncan Lamborne, 
arr. by R. B. Brewer. — First love; 
waltzes, by R. B. Brewer. — The last 
farewell ; waltz, by J. S. Zamecnik. — 
Heart beats ; waltz, by Walter E. 
Miles. — Love secrets ; valse elegante, 
by J. S. Zamecnik. — Skylark waltz ; 
by Jessie L. Deppen. [2690 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529504; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Fox album of E flat saxophone 
solos; v. 1, by various authors [of 
U. S.] ; with piano ace. [2691 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529498; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 



Fox cub. See Method of musical in- 
struction. 



Fox Easy trios; v. 1, by J. S. Zamecnik 
[of U. S.] ; violin, first position, cello 
and piano. [2692 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529507; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Fox trot no. 3 ; melody by G. Sperrazza 
[of U. S.] [2693 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1922; E 530799; 
Gaetano Sperrazza, Buffalo. 

Fox violin compositions; v. 1, in the 
first position, by J. S. Zamecnik [of 
U. S.] ; with piano ace. [2694 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529506 ; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Frehlicher (Der) kabtzin; words and 
music by M. "Karlinsky [of U. S.l 

[2695 
© Jan. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530626; Morris Karlinskv, Brook- 
lvn. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 3, 1922 



2710 



Frio; tango, de Sheherazade, de Roger 

Dufas [of France] ; piano. La Pa- 

risienne edition musicale. [2696 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 

E 527363; Lorette, Paris. 

From all the world apart; words by 
Edgar Allan Brown, music by Eric 
Brown [of Great Britain] [2697 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527151; Metzler & co. (1920) ltd., 
London. 

From eastern lands ; two impressions, 
by Cuthbert Harris [of England] ; 
piano. Contents : 1. Indian death- 
chant. — 2. Dance of the houri. [2698 
© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922 ; 
E 527279 ; Warren & Phillips, London. 

From now on ; words and music by 
Bernie Grossman, Billy Frisch and 
Ted Shapiro [of U. S.] [2699 

© Jan. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 529174; Stark & Cowan, inc., New 
York. 

From the Arabic. See Album of six 
songs. 

Funeral march. See Othello. 

Funeral (A) procession. See Gibbs 
(C. Armstrong) Three sketches. 

Gap (The) in the hedge; tune. See 
Widow (The) Malone. 

Garden of dreams; words by J. B. 
Crowley, music by E. Hanson [of 
U. S.] [2700 

© Dec. 17, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530725; John B. Crowley, Ports- 
mouth, N. H. 

Gardner (Laurene) Eight little tune 
tales; by L. Gardner [of U. S.] op. 8; 
niano, with words. '(Edition Wood, 
no. 908) [2701 

© Tan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529318; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Gathering song oe Donald the black ; 
trio, words by Walter Scott, music by 
Harry Gilbert [of U. S.] ; women's 
voices. 4to. (G. Ricordi & co.'s col- 
lection of part-songs and choruses, no. 
235) [2702 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 530678 ; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. 

Gavotte; no. 1 de la Suite d'orchestre en 
si bemol, trans, par l'auteur F. Wael- 
Munk [of France] ; piano. [2703 



© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527057; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcription] 

— ■ — See also Massau (Alfred) Suite. — 
Sunshine (A) holiday. — Zilcher (Paul) 
Six easy piano solos. 

Gavotte and musette; by Edward E. 
Trucco [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York] op. 12, no. 2; piano. [2704 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 529616; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

Gavotte in C. See Bourne (The) 
album. 

Gavotte in F major. See Beethoven 
(Ludwig van) 

Gavotte no. 2. See Bach (Johann Se- 
bastian) 

Gay moment; bv Umberto E. Pisani 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [2705 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 529313 ; Chandler-Ebel music co., 

Brooklyn. 

General Munroe ; set to tune of County 
Down version, words traditional, arr. 
by Herbert Hughes [of Ireland] (His- 
torical songs and ballads of Ireland) 

[2706 

© Jan. 27, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 

E 527164; Metzler & co. (1920) ltd., 

London. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement] 

Generalissime (Le) ; marche, de Em- 
manuel Zamor, fils [of France] : orch. 
avec piano conducteur. 4to. [2707 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527012; Zamor fils, Montmorency, 
France. 

Geneva ; words by D. F. Grogan, music 
by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [2708 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4. 1922; 
E 529257; Dorothy F. Grogan, St. 
Albans, W. Va. 

Geraldine; air de ballat, bv Jean Morel 

[of Great Britain] ; piano. [2709 

© Jan. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 

E 527312; Reeder & Walsh, London. 

Gibbs (C.Armstrong) Three sketches; 
by C. A. Gibbs [of England] op. 35, 
nos. 1-3; pf. Contents: 1. A fairy 
tale. — 2. A funeral procession. — 3. Hu- 
moresque. [2710 

© Jan. 27, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 527081 ; Elkins & co., ltd., London. 



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Gift (A) of a true heart; words by 
M. Blades, music by Norrie Bernard 
[of U. S.] New York, Lenox co. 

[2711 

© Dec. 25, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 

E 529366; Mary Blades, Sewell, N. J. 

GiGUE; by Wilson Manhire [of Eng- 
land] ; violin and piano. (Melodic vio- 
lin studies, grade 4, no. 5) [2712 
© Feb. 13, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1922 ; 
E 527314; Joseph Henry Larway, 
London. 

See also Massau (Alfred) Suite. 

Gip-c-su (The Gypsy's proposal) ; words 

by D. Mooney, music by R. T. Browne 

[of U. S.] [2713 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 

E 530874 ; Daniel Mooney, Ogontz, Pa. 

Girl oe California-; words by F. Mele- 

die, music by Edouard Hesselberg [of 

U. S.] [2714 

© Dec. 23, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922 ; 

E 530717; Frank Meledie, Honolulu. 

Gire (The) who is worth while; 

words by J. Madden, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [2715 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529442; 

Joseph Madden, Plato, Canada. 

Girls ; a fox trot song, words by Ben 
Rabhan, music by Leon Chassy [of 
U. S.] [2716 

© Jan. 28, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 530617; De Soto music co., Savan- 
nah, Ga. 

according to a fourteen-year-old boy, 

musical recitation, words by Dorothy 
Turner, music by Ernest Longstaffe 
[of Great Britain] (Musical mono- 
logues, no. 247) [2717 
© Jan. 24, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 527274; Reynolds & co., London. 

Give me the eove-eight in your eyes ; 

words and music by E. L. Rogers [of 

U. S.] [2718 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531111; 

Eleonora Lena Rogers, Des Moines. 

Gladness. See Moods of a mind. 

GliErE ( — ) Prelude ; by Gliere, op. 16, 
no. 1, played by Guy Maier [of U. S.] ; 
in C minor. (Ampico record music 
roll, no. 58683-G) [2719 

© Dec. 20, 1920; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 529746 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 



Glory is mine; words by L. J. Wil- 
liams, music by G. F. Rosche [of U. S.] 

[2720 
© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922; 
E 529554; Geo. F. Rosche, Chicago. 

Go ahead ; one step, by Ernest Gillet [of 
France] ; piano. [2721 

© Dec. 31. 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526933 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Go, little song! words by Wilbur Fisk 
Tillett, music by Emma L. Ashford 
[of U. S.] 1. Sop. or ten. — 2. Mezzo- 
sop, or baritone. — 3. Alto or bass. 

[2722 
© Feb. 2. 1922; 2 c. each Feb. 3, 
1922; E 530865; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

God hath sent His angels. See 
Schirmer's (G.) Easter carol annual. 

God in nature. See Beethoven (Lud- 
. wig van) 

God is love. His mercy brightens ; set 
to tune Galen, words by John Bow- 
ring, music by E. S. Perkins [of U. S.] 

[2723 
© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531033; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

God is our refuge and strength; 

words from Psalm 46, music by M. 

Levy [of U. S.] [2724 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922; E 530842; 

Matilda Levy, Jacksonville, Fla. 

God is working His purpose out; set 
to tune Purpose, words by A. C. 
Ainger, music by E. S. Perkins [of 
U. S.] [2725 

© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531019; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

Godard (Benjamin Louis Paul) 
Berceuse ; from Jocelyn, by Godard, 
ed., fingered and phrased by H. Eisen- 
berg [of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 
Half hour edition, first series. New 
York, Edward B. Marks music co. 

[2726 
© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531192; Harold Eisenberg, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing, phrasing and fingering] 

Jeanne d'Arc ; suite, de B. Godard, 

trans, de H. Mouton [of France] ; 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 
Contents: 1. Ronde Lorraine. — 2. Ca- 
rillon. — 3. Marche du sacre. [2727 



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no. 3, 1922 



2743 



© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527006; Editions de la Sirene, Pa- 
ris. [Copyright is claimed on tran- 
scription] 

God's blessings ; words by H. Fite, mel- 
ody by Ray Ross Frampton [pseud, of 
Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [2728 

' © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531103; 
Hugh Fite, Hamilton, Ala. 

God's garden ; words by Prudie Wilson 
Mast, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[2729 
© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922 ; 
E 531168; Mrs. H. T. Mast, Nacog- 
doches, Tex. 

Golden (The) gates are li?ted up; 
Easter anthem, music by W. Berwald 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices, organ ace. 
(Octavo series, mixed voices, no. 
1340) [2730 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529244; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Golden (A) melody; words by F. Hed- 
ley Claxton, music by Harry Wilkin- 
son [of England] ; in A flat. [Staff 
and tonic sol-fa notations] [2731 

© Dec. 17, 1921; 1 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 
E 526310; Pierrot music co., Brad- 
ford, England. 

Golden (The) moth ; fox trot, from 
the musical play, by Ivor Novello, arr. 
by Henri Jaxon [of Great Britain] ; 
piano. [2732 

© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 10, 1922 ; 
E 527260; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

■ selection from the musical play, by 

Ivor Novello, arr. by Herman Finck 
[of Great Britain] ; orch. [2733 

© Jan. 23, 1922; 1 ,c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 527258; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Goldilocks; words by A. A. Hunnex, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[2734 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529270 ; Anthony A. Hunnex, Yoko- 
hama, Japan. 

Golf (The) widow; words by H. 
Barnes, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [2735 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529255; Harold Barnes, Swarth- 
more, Pa. 



Gone dry ; poem by A. F. Byrd, melody 
by Raymond A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[2736 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1922; E 529637; 
A. F. Byrd, Alma, Ga. 

Gone to bed ; words and melody by 
A. H. Chapin [of U. S.] (In Songs 
of the First national training school 
for girl scout officers) [2737 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 530704 ; Anne Hopson Chapin, 
Brookline, Mass. 

Good-by jazz ; fox trot song, words and 
music by H. D. Tripp [of U. S.] 

[2738 
© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2. 1922; 
E 530833; H. D. Tripp, Allegan, 
Mich. 

Goodbye oh pal o' mine; words by E. 
Meyer, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [2739 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529267 ; E. Meyer, E. St. Louis, 111. 

Good-bye, old pal. good-bye ; words by 

J. P. Lohr, music bv A. B. Watkins 

'[of U. S.l [2740 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529385; 

A. Byres Watkins, Warren, O. 

Good Christian men, rejoice; trio, tr. 
by Dr. Neale, music of In dulci jubilo, 
har. and arr. by Purcell James Mans- 
field [of Great Britain] op. 86, no. 10; 
women's voices, organ ace. 4to. ( Col- 
legiate choir, no. 333) [2741 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527108; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 

Good omens; tune. See Rory O'More. 

Good (The) sheppiErd; words and music 

by Carl Longer [of U. S.] [2742 

© Jan. 27, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 530659 ; Clayton F. Summy co., 

Chicago. 

Goodrich (Florence A.) Four little 
studies in flats ; with notes for busy 
teachers, by F. A. Goodrich [of U. S.] ; 
piano, without octaves. (Summy edi- 
tion, no. 98) Contents: Bluette. — La 
petite danseuse. — Escarpolette. — Tout 
seul. [2743 

© Jan. 27, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 530660; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

■ Four little studies in sharps ; with 

notes for busy teachers, by F. A. Good- 
rich [of U. S.] ; piano, without octaves. 



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Goodrich (Florence A.) — Continued. 
(Summy edition, no. 97) Contents: 
La p 1 u i e .■ — Crepuscule. — B o n n e s 
amies. — Petite etude. [2744 

© Jan. 27, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 530661 ; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

GoRALU CZY d NlE ZAL [i] W MORZU 

przeglada sie; songs, arr. A. Omei- 

czuk [of U. S.] [2745 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 

E 530359; Jos. Krygier, Philadelphia. 

Gospel rays ; book, words by various 
authors, music composed and compiled 
bv R. H. Cornelius [of U. S.] 12mo. 

[2746 
© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; aff. 
Jan. 7, 1922; A 653456; Rufus Henry 
Cornelius, Seminary Hill, Tex. 

Gounod (Charles Francois) Andante 
cantabile ; from the Petite symphonie, 
by Gounod, trans, by Orlando A. Mans- 
field [of Great Britain] ; organ. (Re- 
cital series of organ transcriptions, first 
series, no. 22) [2747 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530767 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on tran- 
scription] 

Scherzo-valse ; de C. Gounod, orch. 

par F. Delamarche [of France] ; orch. 
avec piano conducteur. 4to. [2748 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527059; Deiss et Crepin, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

5. Scherzo.-v. 2 : 6. Ostinato. — 7. Medi- 
Grace (Harvey) Ten compositions; by 
H. Grace [of Great Britain] ; organ. 
Contents : v. 1 : 1. Laus Deo. — 2. Cradle 
song.— 3. Toccatina. — 4. In-voluntary. — 
tation. — 8. Reverie. -—9. Plaint. — 10. 
Resurgam. [2749, 2750 

© Tan. 26, 1922; 1 c. each Feb. 24, 
1922 ;*E 527443, 527444; Schott & co., 
London. 

Graces (Les) de Manon; de Ernest 
Gillet [of France] ; piano. [2751 

© Dec. 31, 1921"; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526934; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Grade two melody lessons ; 26 pieces, 

with 17 concise studies, by Mathilde 

Bilbro [of U. S.] ; piano. [2752 

© Feb. 23, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 

E 531421 ; Hatch music co., Boston. 

Gradus ad Parnassum ; v. 3, di Muzio 
Clementi, edizione riveduta da Sigis- 



mondo Cesi ed Ernesto Marciano [of 
Italy] ; piano. (Edizione Ricordi, no. 
138) [2753 

© Feb. 6. 1922; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 527225 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Grand (The) canyon of the Colo- 
rado, Arizona ; words by J. C. Gilson, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[2754 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 

E 529817; J. C. Gilson, Oakland, Calif. 

Grand march R. A. F. ; by York Bo wen 

[of Great Britain] ; band. 4to. (Boo- 

sey's march journal no. 354) [2755 

© Dec. 23, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 

E 527242 ; Boosey & co., London. 

Grannie; fox-trot, from Jack and the 
beanstalk, words by Clifford Harris, 
music by Jas. W. Tate [of England] ; 
in F. [Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 

[2756 
© Jan. 23, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527144; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Granny, you're my mammy's mammy; 
fox trot, by Young, Lewis, and Akst, 
played bv Clarence Jones, ed. by Mc- 
Nair Ilgenfritz [of U. S.] (Recordo 
word rolls, S65970) [Music roll] 

[2757 
© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 531480 ; Recordo player roll co., Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on editing] 

Gray (Alan) 12 short preludes; by A. 
Gray [of Great Britain] ; organ. (Al- 
bum series, no. 110) [2758 
© Feb. 7, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922 ; 
E 527446; Augener, ltd., London. 

Gray and gold ; album, lyrics by Helen 
Taylor, music by C. Armstrong Gibbs 
[of Great Britain] ; high voice. Con- 
tents : 1. The miracle. — 2. The wind in 
your hair. — 3. Requiescat. — 4. I shall 
remember. — 5. April's hour. [2759 

© Jan. 12, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 
E 527173; Enoch & sons, London. 

Great (The) awakening; words by 
Gordon Johnstone, music by A. Walter 
Kramer, op. 45, no. 5, arr. by Howard 
Barlow [of U. S.] ; male voices. 4to. 
(G. Ricordi & co.'s collection of part- 
songs and choruses, no. 213) [2760 
© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 
E 529352; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. 



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2777 



Green ; poesie cle Paul Verlaine, mu- 

sique de Sylvio Lazzari [of France] 

(Melodies, no. 4) [2761 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Tan. 25, 1922; 

E 526923; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Green grass blues ; words by Joe 

Rosev and Sidney Mitchell, music bv 

Lew Pollack [of U. S.] [2762 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922; E 529338; 

Broadway music Corp., New York. 

Griifes (Charles T.) Two sketches; 
based on Indian themes, by C. T. 
Griff es [of U. S.], ed. by Adolfo 
Betti ; string quartet. 1. Score. 4to. — 
2. Parts. [2763,2764 

© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 11, 
1922 ; E 530769, 530770 ; G. Schirmer 
inc.. New York. 

Grin; words by Blanche Franklyn, mu- 
sic by Nat Vincent [of U. S.] [2765 
© Feb. 27. 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922 ; 
E 531444 ; First mutual music pub- 
lishers, inc., Chicago. 

Gypsy "magic. See Back to earth. 

Habanera. See Suite pittoresque. 

Handel (Georg Friedrtch) Aria. See 

Bourne (The) album. 
Gavotte in C. See Bourne (The) 

album. 

Largo ; by Handel, ed., fingered and 

phrased by H. Eisenberg [of U. S.] ; 
violin and piano. Half hour edition, 
first series. New York, Edward B. 
Marks music co. [2766 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531193; Harold Eisenberg, New 
York. 

Largo du 2 me concerto ; de Handel, 

trans, par Philippe Paquot [of 
France] ; instruments sop. en si bemol 
(clarinette, saxophone, sarrussophone, 
bugle, cornet) ou hautbois, (ou flute 
ou violon), et piano. [2767 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527036; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcription] 

Haigh (T.) Six Australian sketches; 
elementary grade, by T. Haigh [of 
England] ; piano. Contents : 1. My- 
ola. — 2. Kuranda. — 3. The happy Aus- 
tralian boy. — 4. In a bush hut. — 5. Sun- 
set in Cairns. — 6. Buck jumping. 

[2768 

© Feb. 8, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 

E 527411; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 



Hang it on the ceiling; words and 
melody by W. A. Moloney [of U. S.] 

[2769 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1922; E 529958; 
Walter A. Moloney, Altoona, Pa. 

Happiness ; words by Dazie E. Mil- 
chaud [pseud, of D. Esson], music by 
Edouard Hesselberg [of U. S.] 

[2770 
© Dec. 21, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530743; D. Esson, Watrous, Can- 
ada. 

Happy (The) Australian boy. See 
Haigh (T.) Six Australian sketches. 

Happy bower (Que ne suis-je la fou- 
gere) ; poem by Riboutte [English 
text by Stewart A. Trench, of France, 
domiciled at New York] , har. by Gus- 
tave Ferrari [of France, domiciled at 
New York] on the music of Pergolese. 
English and French texts. (7n 
Twelve French ballads, no. 11) 

[2771 
© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529225 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on harmoniza- 
tion and English text] 

Happy hoppy ; fox trot and march, bv 
C. Leont [of U. S.], arr. bv May 
Mullini ; piano. [2772 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; E 531176; 
Charles Leont, Chicago. 

Happy tho'ts ; words and music by G. 1. 
Peterson [of U. S.] [2773 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530919; 
Georgia Ingalls Peterson, St. Paul. 

Happy (A) ved-ing ; words by A. Glon- 
stein and H. Cohen, music by A. Glon- 
stein [of U. S.], arr. bv Harry L. 
Williams [of U. S.] [2774 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1922; E 530866; 
Abe Glonstein and Henrv Cohen, New 
York. 

Hark, the voice eternal: set to tune 
Regal, words by John Julian, music 
by E. S. Perkins [of U. S.] [2775 

© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531026; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

Harris ( CuthbErt) " Seven brilliant 

studies ; by C. Harris [of England] ; 

piano. [2776 

© Jan. 21, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 

E 527277 ; Warren & Phillips, London. 

Six studies in rhythm and style , 

by C. Harris [of England] ; pf. [2777 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 

E 526992 ; Warren & Phillips, London. 



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Harris (Cuthbert) — Continued. 

■ Twenty-two preparatory studies ; by 

C. Harris [of England] ; piano. [2778 
© Jan. 20, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 

E 527278 ; Warren & Phillips, London. 

Two sea pictures ; by C. Harris [of 

England] ; piano. Contents : 1. Calm. — 
2. Storm. (Cover-title: Sea pictures) 

[2779 

© Jan. 21, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 

E 527280 ; Warren & Phillips, London. 

Harvest (The) moon ; music by C. A. 
White, rev. by H. L. Harts [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. Rev. ed. 4to. (Secular 
part-songs, no. 5440) [2780 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 530689; White-Smith music, pub. co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision] 

Harvester (The) ; words by L. T. Wit- 
ham, music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[2781 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 531153; Lorena Thomas Witham, 
St. Paul. . 

Hasten thou, oh longed for hour. 
See Bach (Johann Sebastian) 

He done me wrong ; song, by Hughie 
Cannon [of U. S.], rev. by Al. Ber- 
nard [of U. S.] [2782 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 529292; Richmond-Robbins, inc., 
New York. 

He gave his uee eor these; words and 
music by C. M. Hendershott [of U. S.] 

[2783 
© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 
E 529353; Chauncey M. Hendershott, 
Hornell, N. Y. 

He is risen. See Schirmer's (G.) 
Easter carol annual. 

He loved me ; words and music by Viana 

McCown [of U. S.] [2784 

© Jan. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 

E 530686; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 

Chicago. 

He met her in the meadow ; music by 
H. T. Burleigh [of U. S.] 4to. (G. 
Ricordi's collection of part-songs and 
choruses for women's voices, mixed 
voices) 1. Three-part chorus women's 
voices.— 2. Mixed voices. [2785, 2786 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. each Feb. 3, 
1922; E 530827, 530830 ; G. Ricordi & 
co., inc., New York. 



Heab'm ; quartette, words anon., rev. and 
arr. by K. L. Cramer and Mrs. Jas. 
Wright, music by K. L. Cramer [of 
U. S.] ; male voices. 8vo. [2787 

© Dec. 8, 1921 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922 ; 
E 531283; Keller Leon Cramer, Wil- 
kinsburg, Pa. 

Head (The) hunters. See Pearls & 
savages. 

Hear thou, weary traveler; sacred 
song, words by Maude H. Lyman, 
music by Charles Huerter [of U. S.] ; 
in G. [2788 

© Jan. 23, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529213 ; White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. 

Hear ye, what your God would say; 

words and music by L. Thompson [of 

U.' S.] [2789 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1922; E 529234; 

Leland Thompson, East Liverpool, O. 

Heart beats. See Fox (Sam) popular 
standard waltz folio. 

Heart strings; suite, by Rodger Man- 
ners [of Australia] ; piano. (Royal edi- 
tion, no. 93) Contents: Intermezzo.— 
Dance of the fairies. — Serenade ; the 
little birds. [2790 

© Dec. 29, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 527201 ; W. H. Paling & co., ltd., 
Sydney, Australia. 

Heart-throbbing (The) blues; words 
by J. M. Wagner, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [2791 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1922; E 531510; 
James M. Wagner, Winston Salem, 
N. C. 

Hearts and elowers ; by Tobani, played 
bv Ivan Kerouak, ed. by McNair Ilgen- 
ffitz [of U. S.] (Recordo, no. 65940) 
[Music roll] [2792 

© Feb. 6, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922 ; 
E 531479 ; Recordo player roll co., Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on editing] 

Heart's desire; by M. L. Preston [of 
U. S.] ; piano . [2793 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530979; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

reverie, by Irene Varley [of U. S.] ; 

piano. [2794 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529309 ; Belwin, inc., New York. 

Hebrew lullaby (Berceuse hebraique) ; 
after a Hebrew folk song, from the 
First Hebrew song cycle, English tr. 



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2813 



of the original Yiddish text by Mary 
Ellis Opdycke, French tr. by L. S., 
music newly rev. by Lazare Saminsky 
[alien author, domiciled at New York] 
op. 12, no. 1. [2795 

© Feb. 14, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531206 ; Composers' music corp., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on revi- 
sion, English and French text, and ex- 
planation] 

Henry (The) Ford and the Lizzie 
Ford ; words and music by H. Jones 
[of U. S.], arr. by Chas. L. Johnson 
[of U. S.] [2796 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529405; 
Harrison Jones, Ottawa, Kan. 

Her face in my dreams I can see; 
words by J. L. Caldwell, music by A. 
Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Legters music co. [2797 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 531 134; J. L.Caldwell, Scappoose, Or. 

Her smiles ; words by T. O. Hooker, 
music by Edouard Hesselberg [of 
U. S.] [2798 

© Dec. 7, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530739; T. O. Hooker, Harpers 
Camp, Canada. 

Hermit (A) thrush at eve; by Mrs. 
H. H. A. Beach [of U. S.] op. 92, no. 
1; pf. [2799 

© Feb. 9, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 529404; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Hermit (A) thrush at morn; by Mrs. 
H. H. A. Beach [of U. S.] op. 92, 
no. 2 ; pf. [2800 

© Feb. 9, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 
529403; Arthur P. Schmidt co., Bos- 
ton. 

Heroes of the Argonne; march, by J. 
W. Griffis [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. 

[2801 
© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 531199; McKenzie and Griffis, 
Atchison, Kan. 

Heure du the ; par Charles Simian [of 
France] ; violon et piano. Editions 
litteraires et musicales. (Trois pieces, 
no. 2) [2802 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527381 ; A. Z. Mathot, Paris. 

Heure (L') fugitive; poesie de H. 
Jacquet, musique de Maurice-Pesse 
[of France] 1. Mezzo ou baryton, en 
ut. — 2. Sop. ou tenore, en mi bemol. 

[2803, 2804 



© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. each Feb. 16, 
1922 ; E 527386, 527395 ; A. Z. Mathot, 
Paris. 

High brown blues ; words by Jack 
Yellen, music by Milton Ager [of 
U. S.] [2805 

© Feb. 18, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 531274; Harry Von Tilzer music 
pub. co., New York. 

Highland love ; part song, words arr. 
from Christopher North, music based 
on an old Scotch melody, by Cecil 
Forsyth [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. (Modern series, no. 218) [2806 
© Feb. 17, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1922; 
E 529634 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Hill-songs 1 and 2 ; by P. A. Grainger 
[of U. S.] ; 2 pianos, 4 hands. New 
York, G. Schirmer, inc. [2807 

© Feb. 3. 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 531068; Percv Aldridge Grainger, 
White Plains, N. Y. 

Hippety-hop ; words by M. P. Livens- 
berger, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [2808 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; E 531237; 
M. P. Livensberger, Montgomerv Citv, 
Mo. 

His saving grace ; words and music by 
Charles Jeanette Hobby [of U. S.] 

[2809 
© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 531090; Charles J. Hobby, Flagler, 
Col. 

Holbrooke (Joseph) Concerto; the 
grasshopper, by J. Holbrooke [of 
England] op. 59 ; violin and piano. 

[2810 
© Feb. 6. 1922; 1 c. Feb. 8. 1922; 
E 527231 ; G, Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Home; words by Eleanor Davis, music 
by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Legters music co. [2811 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 531158; Mrs. J. R. Earley, Wells. 
Tannery, Pa. 

Home is not home without you; 
words and melody by D. E. Atwood 
and L. E. Terry [of U. S.] [2812 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; E 530934; 
Don Eure Atwood and Leon E. Terry, 
New York. 

Home sweet home blues; words and 
melody by L. Johnson [of U. S.] 

[2813 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1922; E 531076; 
Lukie Johnson, New York. 



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Honey dear; words and melody by E. 
M. Yale [of U. S.] [2814 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; E 529186; 
Edna Moritz Yale, Minneapolis. 

Honeymoon isle ; waltz, words by Mel- 
ville Jewell MacDonald, music by I. J. 
Jones [of U. S.]. arr. bv Vernon 
Major Kerkhof [of U. S.] " [2815 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; E 529527; 
Ivor James Jones, Portsmouth, Va. 

Honolulu blues ; duet, arr. by J. F. 
Roach [of U. S.] ; steel guit. with 
words. Cincinnati, O., Roach-Frank- 
land. (Pleasing melodies for the Ha- 
waiian steel guitar) [2816 
© Jan. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 531286; James F. Roach, Cincinnati. 

Honolulu Lou ; words and music by 
A. E. Armstrong [of England, domi- 
ciled at Indianapolis, Ind.] ; in G. 

[2817 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; E 529589; 
Aubrey Eugene Armstrong, Indian- 
apolis. 

Honolulu, 1922 ; words and music by 
W. N. Brunt [of U. S.] ; with chorus 
for male quartet. (Shrine songs) 

[2818 
© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 529548; Walter Neat Brunt, San 
Francisco. 

Hope diamond valsE; by Fenton Ash 

[of England] ; piano. [2819 

© Sept. 30, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922 ; 

E 527309 ; Herman Darewski music 

pub. co., London. 

Hot dog ; words by W. P. Binde, music 
by Ray Hibbeler [of U. S.] [2820 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 530831; William P. Binde, Phila- 
delphia. 

Hot lips ; words and melody by Henry 

Busse, Henrv Lang, and Lou Davis [of 

U. S.], arr. by H. Busse. [2821 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1922; E 530963; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

How come? fox trot, words and music 

bv A. Bogate [of U. S.], arr. bv Roy 

Worthington Lange [of U. S.] [2822 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531118; 

Allan Bogate, St. Paul. 

How Dicky's changed ; words by B. A. 
L. Morgan, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.l [2823 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922 ; E 529418 ; Ber- 
nice A. L. Morgan, Cedar Falls, la. 



How I miss you, mammy mine, near 
that Mason-Dixon line; words by 
J. G. Malaudro, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [2824 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922 ; E 529412 ; Jos. 
G. Malaudro, Joliet, 111. 

HOW MANY HAVE YOU TOLD THAT TO? 

words bv Maurice J. Gunsky, melodv 
by Nat Goldstein [of U. S.], arr. by 
Harry Powell [of U. S.] [2825 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; E 529629; 
Nat Goldstein music pub. co., San 
Francisco. 

Howard ; words by Mrs. F. Henderson, 

melody by Ray Ross Frampton [pseud. 

of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.l [2826 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530886; Mrs. 

Frank Henderson, Lamont, Okl. 

Human (The) race; words by A. E. 
Ruhnke, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [2827 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529273; Albert E. Ruhnke, Pitts- 
burgh. 

HumoresquE; by E. Blum [of U. S.] 

op. 13 ; piano. [2828 

© Jan. 31, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 529166; Arthur R. Schmidt co., 

Boston. 

by Selim Palmgren [of Finland, 

domiciled at Brooklyn, N. Y.] op. 78, 
no. 2 ; violin and piano. [2829 

© Feb. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922 ; 
E 531434 ; Composers' music corp., New 
York. 

Sec also Gibbs (C. Armstrong) 

Three sketches. 

Hunt (The) ; bv George Tompkins [of 
U. S.] ; piano. '(Three sketches) [2830 
© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529699; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Hunter (The) and the squirrel; by 
Selim Palmgren [of Finland, domiciled 
at Brooklyn] op. 75, no. 6 ; piano. [2831 
© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529207 ; Composers' music corp., New 
York. 

Hurrah ! eor life and love in the air ; 
words and melody by M. H. R. Cook 
[of U. S.] [2832 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1922; E 529961; 
Mary Hungerford Robinson Cook, 
AicMinnville, Tenn. 



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2849 



Hymns of praise; for the church and 
Sunday school, compiled by F. G. 
Kingsbury [of U. S.] 8vo. [2833 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1922; 
Jan. 5, 1922 ; A 653427 ; Hope pub. co, 
Chicago. 

I am going back home; words by A. 
Tedeschi, music by Edouard Hessel- 
berg [of U. S.] [2834 

© Dec. 21, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530718 ; Armando Tedeschi, Natick, 
R. I. 

[ AM LOOKING, I AM LOOKING FOR THE 

children oe the birds. See Pearls 
& savages. 

[ AM PROUD AND HAPPY THAT I'M IRISH | 

words by J. J. Donnelly, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2835 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1922; E 531508; 
James J. Donnelly, Farmer, S. D. 

1 AM THE RESURRECTION AND THE LIFE", 

Easter anthem, words from St. John, 
xl: 25, 26, and Francis Turner Pal- 
grave, music by Cuthbert Harris [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, organ ace. 
(Octavo series, mixed voices, no. 1339) 

[2836 
© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529243; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

I am wishing; words by C. Fine, mel- 
ody by Irving Barr [of U. S.], arr. bv 
Charles Smith [of U. S.] [2837 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; E 531425; 
Chauncey Fine, New York. 

I cannot SLEEP at night; a comic char- 
acteristic song, words and melody by 
M. J. Saxon of Jugo Slavia, domiciled 
at New York] [2838 

© Feb. 8, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529555 ; Michael John Saxon, New 
York. 

I can't forget you ; words and music 

by R. Fenn [of U. S.] New York, 

World music pub. corp. [2839 

© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 

E 528780; Rosalie Fenn, Dothan, Ala. 

I can't GET over it; written and com- 
posed by J. Gilbert and Huntley Trevor 
[of England] [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] [2840 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 527301 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 



I can't seem to love my hubby any 
more; words by D. D. Foley, melody 
by Herman A. Hummel [of U. S.] 

[2841 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1922; E 529647; 
Donald D. Foley, Detroit. 

I COULD NEVER LIVE WITHOUT YOU ; words 

by W. Eiff, music by Gordon M. New- 
ham [of U. S.l [2842 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; E 529473; 
Wm. Eiff, Louisville. 

I'd like to make a baby of you; 
words by J. C. Lambert, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2843 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; E 531232; 
J. C. Lambert, New York. 

I'd love to fall asleep and wake up 
in my mammy's arms; fox-trot, by 
Ahlert, played by Herbert Clair [of 
U. S.], asstd. by H. S. [of U. S.] ; 
in B. (Ampico record music roll, no. 
58673-F) [2844 

© Nov. 20, 1920 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 529720 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

I do, don't you? words by Lina Clingen, 
music bv Marion Jennings [of U. S.] 

[2845 
© Dec. 21, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 
E 528907; Jennings & Clingen, Win- 
netka, 111. 

I DON'T CARE, I WANT YOU ONLY ; fox 

trot, by J. Kasanoff [of U. S.] ; 1st 

violin. [2846 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1922; E 529247; 
Jack Kasanoff, New York. 

I FELL IN LOVE WITH HER YEARS AGO; 

the gift of the Gods, words by Tom 
Heffernan, music by T. C. Sterndale 
Bennett [of Great Britain] ; in F. 

[2847 
© Feb. 24, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 527466 ; Cary & co., London. 

I FOUND THE END OF THE RAINBOW WHEN 

I held you in my arms; words and 
melodv by A. R. Gilchrist [of U. S.] 

[2848 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529401; 

Archibald Remsen Gilchrist, Brooklyn. 

I GOT IT, YOU'LL GET IT JUST THE SAME 

as me; words and music by Lew 
Brown and Lew Pollack [of U. S.] 

[2849 
© Jan. 28, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 530814; Broadway music corp., New 
York. 



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pt. in, n. s. 



17 



I HAD AN OLD SWEETIE, IN ALLIKAN | 

words by C. R. Wagner, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[2850 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529451; 

C. R. Wagner, Middlebourne, W. Va. 

I ha'e laid a HERRIN' in saut ; arr. by 
W r . Moodie [of Great Britain] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Scottish part songs, 
no. 184) [2851 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527114; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

I heard a piper piping. See Bax 
(Arnold) Five Irish songs. 

I know a grovE; duet, words by Marion 
Ray, music by C. Lloyd Stafford [of 
Great Britain] ; women's voices. 4to. 
(Collegiate choir, no. 324) [2852 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527110; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

I'll always love you tenderly; words 

by James J. Murnagh, melody bv R. 

Pellegrino [of Italy] [2853 

© 1 c. Jan. 11. 1922; E 529237; 

Rosario Pellegrino, Dannemora, N. Y. 

I'll come back ; words and music by 
S. Schofield, arr. bv Harrv Tillman 
[of U. S.] New York, Authors & 
composers service co. [2854 

© Feb. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1922 ; 
E 529572; Svdney Schofield, Eliza- 
beth, N. J. 

I LOS' MAH MIND DE DAY Yo' LEF' ME; 

words by M. S. McKee, music by 
Edouard Hesselberg [of U. S.] 

[2855 
© Dec. 21, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530744; Margaret S. McKee, Ft. 
Smith, Ark. 

I LOST A SLICE OF PARADISE WHEN I LEFT 

my SwanEE home; lyric by Jack Nor- 
worth, music by Al Piantadosi [of 
U. S.] [2856 

© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 531087; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

I love my man ; words by R. G. Phillips, 
melody by Victor Noble Jones [of 
Canada, domiciled at Seattle, Wash.] 

[2857 
_© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; E 529585; 
Riemer Goldsmith Phillips, Seattle. 

I love you so; from The lady of the 
rose, words by Harry Graham, music 
by Jean Gilbert [of England] [2858 



© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527134; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

I'm a little waltz, lonesome little 
waltz; words and music by Jean 
Schwartz and Clarence Senna [of 
U. S.] Popular standard edition. 

[2859 
© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 531275; Fred Fisher, inc., New 
York. 

I'm a most unfortunate girl; words 

and melody by Homer S. Brennan [of 

U. S.] [2860 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1922; E 530445; 

Mae Henvie, Philadelphia. 

I'm aeraid ; one-step, words and melody 
bv Roland Conway Irving [of U. S.], 
ed. by Ed. Furey [of U. S.] [2861 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; E 531196; 
Watkins & Furey music pub. co., New 
York. 

I'm dreaming oe days gone by ; words 
and music by A. H. Kell [of U. S.] 

[2862 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; E 529854; 
Annie Hale Kell, Lennig, Va. 

I'm going back to dear old Caroline; 
written and composed by Jos. G. Gil- 
bert and Huntley Trevor [of England] 

[2863 
© Jan. 19, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 527306 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

I'm going far away ; words by E. A. 
Cincotta, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [2864 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529260; Edw. A. Cincotta, Brook- 
lyn. 

I'm going to steal your gal ; words by 

O. M. Phillips, music bv Luther A. 

Clark [of U. S.] [2865 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; E 529576; 

Arpha May Phillips, Toledo, O. 

I'm in His care; words by G. T. Snead, 
music by Chas. H. Gabriel [of U. S.] 

[2866 
© Jan. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922 ; 
E 530684 ; Homer A. Rodeheaver, Chi- 
cago. 

I'm so blue thinking of you; fox-trot, 
words by E. Deacey, music by Carl 
Haan [of U. S.] [2867 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 529625 ; Triangle music pub. co., 
New York. 



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3, 1922 



2884 



I'm the ghost of that good man John 
Barleycorn ; words by Geo. A. Little, 
music by Earl K. Smith [of U. S.] 

[2868 
© Feb. 27, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 531443 ; First mutual music pub- 
lishers, inc., Chicago. 

I'm waiting for my dream girl ; words 
by H. S. Parrett, music by Geo. 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New' York, 
World music pub. corp. [2869 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529252 ; Herman S. Parrett, Everett, 
Mass. 

I MISS MY MAMMA MY BLACK EYED 

CHARMER DOWN IN YOKOHAMA WAY ; 

words by Lew Brown, music by Ernie 
Erdman [of U. S.] [2870 

© 1 c. Dec. 7, 1922; E 529337; 
Broadway music corp., New York. 

I NEVER grow tired ; words by J. Bloch, 
melody by Martha Zinman [of U. S.] , 
arr. by Albert L. Moquin [of U. S.] 

[2871 
©" 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; E 529825; 
Jacob Bloch, Brooklyn. 

I NEVER KNEW THE WORLD COULD GROW A 

flower like you ; words by H. Gilleg, 
music by Luther A. Clark [of U. S.] 

[2872 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922; E 529354; 

Henry Gilleg, North Milwaukee, Wis. 

I shall remember. See Gray and gold. 

I still will love you then. See Back 
to earth. 

I told you so ; fox-trot, by Von Tilzer, 
played by Bertha Walker [of U. S.] ; 
in A. (Ampico record music roll, no. 
58843-F) [2873 

© Dec. 20, 1920; '2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 529719 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

I used To call her my gal ; words by 
E. W. Overgaard, music by George 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [2874 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529280; Ernest W. Overgaard, 
Wagner, S. D. 

I've come back to Erin, mavournEEn, 
at last; lyric and music by Arthur 
A. Penn [of U. S.] [2875 

© Feb. 8, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 529571; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 



I've found a bud among the roses; 
from The blue kitten, words by Otto 
Harbach, music by Rudolf Friml [of 
Bohemia, domiciled at New York] 

[2876 
© Jan. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 530674; Harms, inc., New York. 

I've got a different mama now ; words 

by Phil Furman, music by Fred Rose 

[of U. S.] [2877 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; E 529489; 

Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

I've got another baby doll ; words by 
J. F. Abplanalp, music by Geo. J. 
McCoy [of U. S.] (Eureka series) 

[2878 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 530876 ; Eureka music pub. co., 
Pittsburgh. 

I've got the roaming blues ; words by 

Jacob Kaplan, music by A. Kaplan 

[of U. S.] [2879 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; E 529480; 

Abram Kaplan, Albany. 

I've got the sweetest little mammy 
down in southern Alabam ; by F. L. 
Ventre [of U. S.] ; melody with piano 
ace. [2880 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; E 529486; 
Frank L. Ventre, Washington. 

I want a pal like mother; words by 

E. Roberts, music bv Edouard Hessel- 

berg [of U. S.] " [2881 

© Dec. 7, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922 ; 

E 530741 ; Ellen Roberts, Utica, N. Y. 

I WANT A SAXOPHONE AND NOTHING ELSE 

will do; words bv T. Tilly, music bv 

Daniel H. Wilson [of U. S.] [2882 

© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 

E 531202; Ted Lilly, Oregon City, Or. 

I want an old-time melody. See Back 
to earth. 

I want my old pal back ; words by 
Elijah Henderson, music bv M. White 
[of U. S.], arr. bv Ellis Reynolds [of 
U. S.] [2883 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; E 530847; 
Maceo White, Philadelphia. 

I WANT TO BE LOVED LIKE A TINY BABY ; 

fox-trot, words by L. F. Mitchell, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [2884 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529445 ; L. F. 
Mitchell, Omaha, Neb. 



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I WANT TO HAVE YOU ALL THE TIME; 

waltz song, words and music by E. S. 
Lord [of U. S.] [2885 

© 1 c. Dec. 20, 1921; E 530843; 
Ernest Sandford Lord, St. James, 
Canada. 

I want to tickle you ; words and music 
by Charles Field Yardley [of U. S.l 

[2886 
© Jan. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922 ; 
E 529342; Ritz song shop, Larchmont, 
N. Y. 

I want you; from Marjolaine, words by 

Anne Caldwell, music by Hugo Felix 

[of U. S.] [2887 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 

E 529351; Harms, inc., New York. 

I want you back again; words and 
music by Frank M, Comingore [of 
U. S.] [2888 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531214; Comingore and Beamer, 
Laura, 111. 

I WANT YOU FOR MY LITTLE GIRL | Words 

by E. J. Brunelle, music by A. Leopold 
Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters 
music co. [2889 

© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922 ; 
E 531137; Eugene Joseph Brunelle, 
Woonsocket, R. I. 

I WILL LEAVE YOU, SWEETHEART, WHEN 

THE LEAVES begin To Eall ; words by 
E. Packer, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.l [2890 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529432; 
Elizabeth Packer, Brooklyn. 

I WISH I HADN'T FOUND HER, CAUSE I 

can't lose hFr now ; words by R. G. 
Phillips, melody by Victor Noble Jones 
[of Canada, domiciled at Seattle, 
Wash.] [2891 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; E 529583; 
Riemer Goldsmith Phillips, Seattle. 

I wonder if you love me; words and 
music by G. Marshall [of U. S.] Bos- 
ton, Mass., Marshall pub. co. [2892 
© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530707; Gloria Marshall, Boston. 

I wonder if you miss me sometimes ; 
words by T. Katchinsky, music by 
George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [2893 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529288; Teddy Katchinsky, Benton 
Harbor, Mich. 



I wonder why; melody, by A. (Buddy) 
Fields [of U. S.] [2894 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529407; 
Arthur Fields, Allandale, Fia. 

I WOULD TELL HOW I LOVE THEE", WOl'ds 

by N. M. Minsky, English version by 
Cecil Cowdrey and Sigmund Spaeth, 
music by Lazar S. Weiner [of Russia, 
domiciled at New York] op. 2, no. 3 ; 
low or medium voice. [2895 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 531064 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Ici-bas; words by Sully Prudhomme, 
music by H. Livingstone [of U. S.] 

[2896 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1922; E 529545; 
Helen Livingstone, Los Angeles. 

Idaho; words and music by E. R. Edson 

[of U. S.], arr. by Mathew Albert 

Howard [of U. S.] [Photostat] [2897 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; E 529481; 

Elmer Rockwood Edson, Seattle. 

Ideal printemps; valse, de Alexandre 

S. Petit [of France] ; piano. [2898 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527050; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Idillio spagnolo; versi e musica di A. 

Gill [M. Testa, of Italy] ; mand. ace. 

Naples, Armando Gill. 8vo. [2899 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 1 c. Feb. .25, 1922; 

E 527426 ; Italian book co., New York. 

Idola ; an oriental fantasy, words by 
Casper Nathan, music by Bud Wilkie 
and Wallace E. Bradley [of U. S.l 

[2900 
© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529530 ; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder 
co., New York. 

Idylle d'automnE. See Suite pitto- 
resque. 

If and if ; words by R. M. Brunemier, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[2901 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529254; Rose M. Brunemeier, Lake 
Pk., la. 

If I didn't have you ; fox trot, words 

and music by F. J. Albrecht and Louis 

Wm. Maguire [of U. S.] [2902 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; E 530699; 

Frank Jos. Albrecht, Brooklyn. 

If I had my way, pretty baby; words 
. and music by Dud Mecum [of U. S.], 
arr. bv Artie Matthews [of U. S.] 

[2903 



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2920 



© Feb. 14, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531197; Joe Mittenthal, inc., New 
York. 

If I had you back again ; words and 
music by D. Hetherman [of U. S.l 

[2904 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922; E 529326; 
Denis Hetherman, New York. 

If I parted with you; waltz song, 
words and music by Herman Federoff 
[of U. S.] [2905 

© Jan. 9, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530708; Federoff music co., Balti- 
more. 

If on a quiet sea ; set to tune Hudson, 
words by A. M. Toplady, music by 
E. S. Perkins [of U. S.] [2906 

© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531007; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

If someone really cared; words by 
V. R. Hawks, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [2907 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529779; Vern R. Hawks, Malad 
City, Id. 

If there's always lots of honey in 
your honey-moon; words by Will 
D. Muse, music by G. Ewell [of U. S.] 

[2908 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1922; E 528748; 
Gwynn Ewell, Norfolk, Va. 

If winter comes ; words by W. R. Wil- 
liams, music by John Alden and Har- 
old Leonard [of U. S.] [2909 
© Jan. 30, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922 ; 
E 530845 ; Will Rossiter, Chicago. 

If ye love Me; anthem, wor"ds from 
Bible, music by Q. F. Waters [of 
Great Britain] ; mixed voices, organ 
ace. 4to. (York series, no. 801) 

[2910 
© Jan. 30, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527120; Banks & son, York, Eng- 
land. 

If you don't care for me at all ; 
words by Frederick H. Martens, mu- 
sic bv Arthur Cleveland Morse [of 
U. S.l [2911 

© Jan. 21, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 530802 ; Clayton F. Summy co., Chi- 
cago. 

If you knew how much I love you ; 
words by E. Smith, music by Norrie 
Bernard [of U. S.] New York, Lenox 
co. [2912 

2606—22 4 oq-j 



© Dec. 25, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 
E 529363; Elizabeth Smith, Philadel- 
phia. 

If you'll come back to me; words by 
F. Shokoski, music by A. Leopold 
Richard [of U. S-] Chicago, Legters 
music co. [2913 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 531131; Frank Shokoski, Islip, N. Y. 

If you will only be a girl, a chum, 
a pal OF mine; words by J. J. Corbett, 
music by Edouard Hesselberg [of 
U. S.] [2914 

© Dec. 7, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530730; James J. Corbett, Spokane. 

Impetus ; march, by N. W. Durand [of 

U. S.], arr. by M. L. Lake [of U. S.] ; 

piano. [2915 

© 1 c. Sept. 28, 1921; E 529319; 

Nella Wells Durand, Tampa, Fla. 



n a bush hut. See Haigh (T.) Six 
Australian sketches. 

n a gondola ; by Brian Hope, arr. by 
Albert W. Ketelbey [of England] ; 
orch. with piano conductor. 4to. 

[2916 
© Feb. 28, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1922; 
E 527484 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

: an illuminated missal; words by 
Chas. Kingsley, music by Horace Mid- 
dleton [of Great Britain, domiciled at 
So. Millbrook, N. Y.] op. 16, no. 2. 
(Five songs, no. 2) [2917 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 529614 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

n blue bird land; fox trot, by Short, 
played by Straight and Bargy, ed. by 
McNair Ilgenfritz [of U. S.] (Re- 
cordo, word roll S 65980) [Music 
roll] [2918 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 531481 ; Recordo player roll co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

n Chinatown ; words and music by 

E. J. Lohrman [of U. S.], arr. by 

Harry L. Alford [of U. S.] [2919 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922; E 529339; 

Ernest J. Lohrman, Los Angeles. 

n dear old Michigan ; words by J. E. 
Edwards, music by Norrie Bernard 
[of U. S.] New York, Lenox co. 

[2920 
© Dec. 25, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 
E 529359; Jno. E. Edwards, Spring- 
field. 111. 



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In mezzo al mar; canzona, musica di 

D. Savino [of U. S.] [2921 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; E 530914; 

Domenico Savino, New York. 

In my dreams; by N. Lurie [of U. S.], 

arr. by Frank L. Ventre [of U. S.] ; 

melody with piano ace. [2922 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1922; E 531079; 

Nat Lurie, Washington. 

In my MeramEC canoe; words and 
music by C. A. Lieber [of U. S.] 

[2923 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1922; E 530864; 
Charles Albert Lieber, St. Louis. 

In olden times ; by Carl Moter [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [2924 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530980; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

In rose-land; gavotte intermezzo, by 

E. Kershaw [of England] ; pf. [2925 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 

E 527124 ; Warren & Phillips, London. 

In the garden ; by Christian Schafer 
[of England] op. 125, no. 3; piano. 
(Wayside sketches, no. 3) [2926 

© Jan. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527175; Jamesons (St. Brides) ltd., 
London. 

In the hammock ; by Frances Terry 

[of U. S.] ; piano. (First pieces for 

little fingers) [2927 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 

E 531056 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

In the heart oe no man's land ; words 
by A. C. Smyth, music by Edouard 
Hesselberg [of U. S.] [2928 

© Dec. 23, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530750; Adam C. Smyth, Paradise, 
Utah. 

In the heart of the Cumberlands; 

words by O. Amburgey, melody by 

Raymond A. Browne [of U. S.] [2929 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531093; 

Orlando Amburgey, Norton, Va. 

In the heart oe you ; words and music 
by H. L. Gaut [of U. S.] [2930 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1922; E 529328; 
Helen Lukens Gaut, Pasadena. 

In the hush oe the twilight; words 
by J. Anthony McDonald, music by 
Herman Lohr [of England] ; in E 
flat. [2931 

© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 1 c„ Feb. 6, 1922 ; 
E 527178; Phillips & Page, London. 



In the springtime; words by Adelaide 

Maibrunn, melody by Edwin Franko 

Goldman [of U. S.] [2932 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 529563; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

In the valley oe visions; words and 

music by E. P. Favor [of U. S.] [2933 

©^Feb. 14, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 

E 529521 ; Edward Paysen Favor, 

Richmond, Me. 

In thee, O God, do I take rEEugE; an- 
them, music by William Baines [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, with organ ace. 
4to. (Theo. Presser co. hymn anthem 
for mixed voices) [2934 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530994; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

In waltz time; by Charles Vincent [of 

Great Britain] ; pf. (Three dance 

rhythms, no. 2) [2935 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 

E 527181; Augener, ltd., London. 

In Yucatan ; words and music by H. D. 
Kissenger [of U. S.], arr. by Eugene 
Platzman [of U. S.] [2936 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922 ; E 529858 ; Her- 
man Dick Kissenger, Kansas City, Mo. 

India ; words by Betty Dundas, music 
bv E. Blanchard [of U. S.] op. 12. 

[2937 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 529517; 
Eugene Blanchard, Piedmont, Calif. 

Indian death-chant. See From east- 
ern lands. 

Indian maiden ; words by H. Haynes, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[2938 
© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529788; Howard Havnes, Hillrose, 
Col. 

Indiana lullaby ; waltz song, words by 
Dorothv Terriss, music by Don Ken- 
dall [of U. S.] [2939 
© Jan. 28, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922 ; 
E 530670; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

arr. by Wm. Schulz 

[of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [2940 

© Feb. 14, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 

E 531211; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 



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2956 



Inno della AppEnnini ; parok di Os- 
valdo Forlani, musica di Luigi Tutela 
[of U. S.] [2941 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 530710; Societa' di M. S. Appennini, 
inc., New York. 

Intermezzo. See Heart strings. 

Introduction ET Chaconne. See 2 e 
sonate. 

Intermezzo-serenade ; from Blossom 
time adapted from the melody of 
Franz Schubert, by Sigmund Rom- 
berg [of U. S.], orch. by Lee Orean 
Smith [of U. S.] ; orch. with piano 
conductor. (Feist edition, no. 3008) 
New York, Leo Feist, inc. [2942 

© Feb. 9, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530967; Karczag pub. co., inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Invocation ; anthem, music by E. L. 
Ashford [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. [2943 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529692; Theo. Presser Co., Phila- 
delphia. 

de M. Baptizet [of France] ; violon- 

celle et piano. [2944 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527061 ; Deiss et Crepin, Paris. 

Invocation to life; three part song, 
words by Frederick H. Martens, mu- 
sic by Charles Gilbert Spross [of 
U. S.] ; women's voices. 4to. [2945 
© Jan. 31, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529307; John Church _ co., Cincin- 
nati. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

In -voluntary. ' See Grace (Harvey) 
Ten compositions. 

Iolanda ; mazurka, by J. Agovino [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [2946 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; E 530935; 
John Agovino, Philadelphia. 

Iowa ; words by G. Bennett, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [2947 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1922; E 531513; 
Goebel Bennett, Harrisburg, 111. 

Ireland dear country, the land oe 
my dreams; words by J. L. Brown, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [2948 

• © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529443; 
James L. Brown, Schenevus, N. Y. 

Ireland ever FREE; waltz, words by 
Tames J. Murnagh, melody bv R. 
Pellegrino [of Italy] "[2949 



© 1 c. Nov. 28, 1921; E 529239; 
Rosario Pellegrino, Dannemora, N. Y. 

Ireland is FREE; words by J. Moeser, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [2950 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1922; E 531512; 

J. Moeser, Jersey City. 

Irish (The) lullaby; words tr. from 
the Irish by George Sigerson, tradi- 
tional Irish air arr. by Alfred Moffat 
[of Great Britain] ; 3 treble voices. 
4to. (Collegiate choir, no. 323) 

[2951 
© Jan. 30, 1922 ; 1 c Feb. 13, 1922 ; 
E 527282; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

Irish (An) song; words by James Leo 

Duff, music by E. Blanchard [of 

U. S.] [2952 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 529519; 

Eugene Blanchard, Piedmont, Calif. 

Irish (The) volunteer; words by 
Shaun O'Farrell, music adapted from 
an old Irish air by Shaun O'Farrell 
[of Ireland, domiciled at Boston] 

[2953 
© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1921 ; 
E 530844; Hiberno music pub. co., 
Boston. 

IS LOVE A BASE DECEITFUL CHILD ? 

(L'amour est un enfant trompeur) ; 
•English text by Stewart A. Trench 
[of France, domiciled at New York], 
music from 18th century, har. by Gus- 
tave Ferrari [of France, domiciled at 
New York] French and English 
texts. {In Twelve French ballads, 
no. 2) [2954 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529216; H. W. Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on harmoniza- 
tion and English text] 

Islam temple march song; words and 
music by M. Schocken-Feibusch [of 
U. S.] [2955 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; E 529177; 
Mignon Schocken-Feibusch, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Islands of the sky ; trio, words by R. 
Goldsmith, music by Maximilian Pil- 
zer, arr. by Howard Barlow [of 
U. S.] ; women's voices. 4to. (G. 
Ricordi & co.'s collection of part-songs 
and choruses, no. 227) [2956 

© Jan. 31, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 530682 ; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. 



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It makes no difference now ; words 

by James Burris, melody by J. E. 

Dowell [of U. S.] [2957 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1922; E 529294; 

J. Edgar Dowell, New York. 

It must not be again; words by D. M. 
Oberg, music by Edouard Hesselberg 
[of U. S.] [2958 

© Dec. 17, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530720; Dolina M. Oberg, Van- 
couver, Wash. 

words by P. W. Mast, music by 

Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [2959 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529786; Prudie Wilson Mast, 
Nacogdoches, Tex. 

It's a pop, pop, popular song; from 

Frank Fay's fables, words and music 

by Clarence Gaskill [of U. S.] [2960 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 

E 529592 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

It's an old home ballad ; words by Ed- 
ward Lockton, music by Arthur F. 
Tate [of Great Britain] ; in F. [2961 
© Jan. 27, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 527082 ; Cary & co., London. 

It's only a step from Killarney to 
heaven ; bv Griffin, Kahn, and Lvman, 
arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; 
vocal orch., in C. 4to. [2962 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 530881 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

It's the last time you're gonna good 
time me; words by George A. Little, 
music by Tommy Lyman [of U. S.l 

[2963 
© Jan. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 530803 ; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder 
co., New York. 

It's worth while to smile; words by 
Emmett L. Adams, music by A. Leo- 
pold Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Legters music co. [2964 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 531151; Emmett L. Adams, Hono- 
lulu. 

Ivy (The) covered chapel; waltz bal- 
lad, words and music by P. F. Mac- 
Leod [of Canada], arr. by Jules Brazil 
[of Canada] [2965 

© Feb. 17, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 
E 527418; Philip F. MacLeod, To- 
ronto, Canada. 



J'ai pleure dES larmes ameres ; paroles 
de Camille Mauclair, musique de Diran 
Alexanian [of France] Editions lit- 
teraires et musicales. (Deux poemes, 
no. 1) [2966 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527382; A. Z. Mathot, Paris. 

J'ai un rEndez-vous avEc la mort; 
words by Allan Seeger, French tr. 
bv Regis Michaud, music bv H. Liv- 
ingstone [of U. S.] [2967 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1922; E 529547; 
Helen Livingstone, Los Angeles. 

Jak ; jak-trot, by G. Solazzi [of Italy] ; 
piano. Milan, A. & G. Carisch & c. 

[2968 
© Jan. 15, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1922; 
E 527421 ; Giovanni Solazzi, Milan. 

Japan ; a Japanese fox-trot, words and 
melody by L. and Robert Gundersdorff 
[of U. S.l [2969 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; E 529859; 
LeRoy Gundersdorff, West Hoboken, 
N. J. 

Java rose; words by H. E. Towne. mel- 
ody by H. E. Towne and L. E. Smith 
[of U. S.] [2970 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1922; E 529297; 
Louis E. Smith and Herbert E. Towne, 
Washington. 

JE n'ai plus lE grand coeur. See Ex- 
treme-orient. 

JE (The) ne sais quoi. See Album of 
six songs. 

Jealous blues; words by Art Turner 
[pseud, of Annabel Turner], music by 
C. Zimmerman [of U. S.] [2971 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1922; E 529641; 
Annabel Turner and Charles Zimmer- 
man, Philadelphia. 

Jeanne d'Arc See Godard (Benjamin 
Louis Paul) 

Jeremiah ; words and melodv bv E. F. 
Ford [of U .S.] ; 1st violin ace' [2972 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922; E 529368; 
Eugene Francis Ford, New York. 

Jesus only. See Verdi (Giuseppe) 

Jig (A) ; by Charles Vincent [of Great 

Britain] ; pf. (Three dance rhythms, 

no. 1) [2973 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 

E 527180; Augener, ltd., London. 



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2989 



Jimmy, I love but you ; words by Harry 

B. Smith and Francis Wheeler, music 
by Al. Trebla and Frank Capie [of 
U. S.] [2974 

© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529531 ; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder 
co., New York. 

Jingle bells ; four-part song, music by 

C. A. White, rev. by Josef Frantz 
[pseud, of H. L. Harts, of U. S.] ; 
men's voices. 4to. (Secular part-songs, 
no. 6535) [2975 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 530688; White- Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision] 

John, my sweet John (Pauvre Jacques) ; 
words by Marquise de Travanet, Eng- 
lish text by Stewart A. Trench [of 
France, domiciled at New York], music 
anon, from 18th century, har. by Gus- 
tave Ferrari [of France, domiciled at 
New York] English and French texts. 
(In Twelve French ballads, no. 8) 

[2976 
© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529222 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on harmoniza- 
tion and English text] 

John Pengelly ; words from Cornish 
catches, by Bernard Moore, music by 
Helena M. Bland [of Great Britain] 

[2977 
©Jan. 7, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 527247 ; Boosey & co., London. 

Joies (Les) de Manon ; de Ernest Gil- 
let [of France] ; piano. [2978 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526932; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Jolly (The) sailor; by Frances Terry 

[of U. S.] ; piano. (First pieces for 

little fingers) • [2979 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 

E 531054 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Joss man ; fox trot, words and music 
by R. C. Browne [of U. S.] [2980 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1922; E 529311; 
Rupert C. Browne, Roxbury, Mass. 

Journey's (The) end. See Desert of 
dreams. 

Joyeuse (La) ; valse, by Van Denman 
Thompson [of U. S.] op. 3, no. 1 ; 
pf., 4 hands. (Four romantic pieces, 
no. .1) [2981 

© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 529600 ; B. F. Wood music co., Bos- 
ton. 



Joyful (Rozmarna) ; polka and two 

step, by E. Dorazil [of U. S.] ; orch. 

with piano. 4to. [2982 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1922; E 529826; 

Edward Dorazil, Chicago. 

Joyous (The) lark; two-part song, 
words by Marion Ray, music by C. 
Lloyd Stafford [of Great Britain] ; 
equal voices; sop. 1, 2. 4to. (Col- 
legiate choir, no. 328) [2983 

© Jan. 30, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 527285; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

Juanita ; arr. by Harry J. Clarke [of 
U. S.] ; written in musical notation 
and diagram, for Hawaiian guit. 

[2984 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 530783 ; Wm. J. Smith music co., 
inc., New York. 

Jubilate chant. See Te Deum [and] 
Jubilate chant. 

Jubilate in F; music by George Tomp- 
kins [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Theo. Presser co. church music for 
mixed voices) [2985 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529690; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Judy, me darlinT; words by Edmund 
Vance Cooke, music bv Phyllis Fergus 
[of U. S.] [2986 

© Jan. 21, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
E 530800; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

Julius ; written and composed by Frank 
Wood and John P. Long [of Eng- 
land] ; in G. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] [2987 

© Jan. 23, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527145; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

June; words by Galton Moore [pseud, 
of M. M. Mohrstadt], music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, Riviera 
music co. [2988 

© Sent. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530755 ; M. M. Mohrstadt, Toronto, 
Canada. 

June. I love no one but you ; fox-trot, 
by Black, played by Haig and Jensen 
[of U. S.] ; in E flat. (Ampico record 
music roll, no. 58793-F) [2989 

© Dec. 20, 1920 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 529725 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 



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Jungle bungalow ; from Pins and 
needles, words by Ballard Macdonald, 
music by James F. Hanley [of U. S.] 

[2990 
© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529477; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Just a little something; words by 

Emerson Taylor, music by H. R. Pratt 

[of U. S.] [2991 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1922; E 531276; 

Harry Rogers Pratt, Hartford. 

Just a memory; words by T. Sallee, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[2992 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 531130; Thomasia Sallee, Danville, 
111. 

Just a picture oe a girl I used to 

know; words by J. S. Allen, music 

b"y Ray(gSHger>[of U. S.] [2993 

© 1 aT?e£*14, 1922; E 529549; 

James Sylvester Allen, Ansley, Neb. 

Just an old eashioned gospel is 
NEEDED to-day ; words and music by 
W. Grum [of U. S.] [2994 

© Dec. 1, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1921 ; 
E 529550; William Grum, Camden, 
N. J. 

Just be a good American ; words by 
Charlotte Wells Taylor, music by F. 
W. Taylor [of U. S.] [2995 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; E 529168; 
Franklin Woodruff Taylor, Farming- 
ton, Conn. 

Just for you; words by F. Schmukler, 
melody by D. Hirschberg [of U. S.] 

[2996 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; E 529172; 
David Hirschberg and Frank 
Schmukler, New York. 

Just eor you and your wonderful 
smile; words by E. Hall, music by 
A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Legters music co. [2997 
© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922 ; 
E 531142; Everett Hall, New York. 

Just in time .to get some loving; 
words and melody by Alberta (Bert) 
Whitman [i. e. A. G. Whitman, of 
U. S.], arr. by Phil Worde [of U. S.] 

[2998 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922; E 529195; 
Alberta G. Whitman, New York. 



Just keep on wishing; words by Blair 

S. Keyes, music by A. H. Beckwith 

[of U. S.] [2999 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530926; 

Alfred Henry Beckwith, Chicago. 

Just like a little rose; words by C. 
H. Cohlman, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.l [3000 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529447; 
Chas. H. Cohlman, St. Louis. 

Just love me; words and music by B. 

Smythe and John Tebben [of U. S.]> 

arr. by B. Smythe. [3001 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1922; E 529955; 

Billy Smythe, Louisville, Ky. 

Just my dreams that faded away; 
words by E. D. Joyner, music by Geo. 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, World 
music pub. corp. [3002 

© Feb. 25, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 529951; Edgar D. Joyner, Quan- 
tico, Va. 

Just you and I and love; words by 
Francis W. E. Clarke, music by Yvonne 
Sawyer [of Great Britain] [3003 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 527153; J. B. Cramer & co, ltd., 
London. 

Just you, dear ; words by H. R. Scotch, 
music by Norrie Bernard [of U. S.] 
New York, Lenox co. [3004 

© Dec. 27, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 529357; Henry Ralph Scotch, Do- 
nora, Pa. 

Kansas girl ; song of western Kansas, 
words and music by E. K. Rees [of 
U. S.] Topeka, Kan, W. F. Roehr 
music co. [3005 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 530872; Edith King Rees, Topeka, 
Kan. 

Kappoon (The) jostle; fox-trot, by 
Montague Birch [of Great Britain] ; 
piano. [3006 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527128; Metzler & co. (1920) ltd, 
London. 

Karambalu (La) ; versi e musica di G. 
Chiarolanza [of Italy] ; mand. ace. 
Naples, Vedova Cecoli e figli. 8vo. . 

[3007 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1922; 

E 527352 ; Italian book co. New York. 

Karna's lute. See Desert of dreams. 



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3024 



Kathleen mayourneen ; arr. by Harry 
J. Clarke [of U. S.] ; written in musi- 
cal notation and diagram, for Hawaiian 
guitar. [3008 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 530780; Wm. J. Smith music co., 
inc., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Keep off the track or the choo-choo 
will get you ; tiny tot educator song, 
words and music by W. A. Dillon [of 
U. S.] 4to. (Dillon memory system) 

[3009 
© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 529396; William A. Dillon, Ithaca, 
N. Y. 

Keepsakes; written and composed by 
Jay Penn and Eric Wilson [of Eng- 
land] ; in G. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] [3010 

© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922 ; 
E 527146; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Kerry Donn ; Irish ballad, words by 

Valentine Burton, music by Edmund 

Roth [of U. S.] [3011 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1922; E 530619; 

Roth and Burton, Los Angeles. 

Kiss (A) between ; words by S. Sazz- 
man, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[3012 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529253 ; Sigmund Sazzman, New 
York. 

Kisses ; words by C. H. Dorris, music 
by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [3013 
© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529784 ; Chas. H. Dorris, Bay City, 
Mich. 

Kittens at play; by M. L. Preston [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [3014 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530978; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Kitty of ColerainE; words anon. — circa 
1750, music arr. by Herbert Hughes 
[of Ireland] ; in G. (Historical songs 
and ballads of Ireland) [3015 

© Jan. 27, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922 ; 
E 527168; Metzler & co. (1920) ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Knice and kniFTy ; by Roy Bargy in 
collaboration with Charley Straight 
[of L T . S.] ; piano. (R03* Bargy piano 
syncopations, no. 6) [3016 



© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529502; Sam Fox pub. co, Cleve- 
land. 

Kokohi ; famous Hawaiian march song, 
duet arr. by J. F. Roach [of U. S.] ; 
steel guit. Cincinnati, O., Roach-Frank- 
land. (Pleasing melodies for the Ha- 
waiian steel guitar) (Cover-title: Ko- 
koohi march) [3017 

© Jan. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 531287; James Francis Roach, Cin- 
cinnati, 

Koo-koo Kubistown; musical burlesque, 
lyrics by Dan Evans, music bv Myron 
Higby, Dick Malaby, Lloyd G. How- 
ard, and others [of U. S.] Vocal sc. 

[3018 
© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529833 ; Ram's head soc, Stanford, 
Calif. 

Kubanda. See Haigh (T.) Six Aus- 
tralian sketches. 

La me' citarra ; notturna, versi di G. 

De Rosalia, musica di Joseph' Gioe [of 

U. S.] ; mand. ace. 4to. [3019 

© Feb. 5, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 

E 529340 ; Rosario Catalano, Brooklyn. 

La reposait i/amour ; poesie de Andre 
Chenier, musique de Henri Busser [of 
France] op. 55, no. 1 ; sop. ou ten. 

[3020 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526921 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Laddie; words and music by Charles 

Field Yardley [of U. S.] [3021 

© Jan. 30, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 

E 529343 ; Ritz song shop, Larchmont, 

N. Y. 

Lady Betty. See Fox (Sam) popular 
standard waltz folio. 

Lady mine; words by Thomas West- 
wood, music b)^ Bryceson Treharne 
[of Great Britain] ; in F. [3022 

©Jan. 13, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 527251 ; Boosey & co, London. 

Lady (The) of the rose; waltz, by 
Jean Gilbert, arr. by Henri Jaxon [of 
Great Britain] ; orch, with piano-con- 
ductor. 4to. [3023 
© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 10, 1922 ; 
E 527257 ;' Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd, London. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

pf. [3024 

© Dec. 19, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922 ; 
E 527132; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd, London. 



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Lagoon (The) See Coral island. 

Lagoon (A) lullaby; by Gatty Sellars 
[of Great Britain] ; organ, obi. 4to. 
(Paxton's organ library, ed. by J. A. 
Meale) [3025 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527117; W. Paxton & co, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Laguna lullaby ; by Brian Hope, arr. 
by Albert W. Ketelbey [of England] ; 
orch. with piano conductor. 4to. 

[3026 
© Feb. 28, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1922; 
E 527483 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Lake (The) isle of InnisfrEE. See 
Album of six songs. 

Lalah, my DESERT maid; words by Mrs. 
H. R. Hubbard, music bv Mrs. R. 
De Camp [of U. S.] [3027 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; E 530817; 
Mrs. Renan De Camp, and Mrs. Harry 
R. Hubbard, Wolf Creek, Mont. 

Lament; Hebrew melody, by Byron- 
Lermontoff, English adaptation by 
Cecil Cowdrey and Sigmund Spaeth, 
music by Lazor S. Weiner [of Russia, 
domiciled at New York] op. 2, no. 2 ; 
high voice. [3028 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 531063; G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York. 

Lamento. See Esquisses. 

Lamento Tzigane; de P. C. Leechburch 
[of Holland] 1. Violon et piano.— 
2. Trans, par Henri Morisson [of 
France] ; piano. [3029, 3030 

© Dec. 22. 1921 ; 1 c. each Jan. 16, 
1922; E 526973, 526980; Philippo, 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on tran- 
scription] 

Lamoine; by Fanny Reed Hammond 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [3031 

© Feb. 8, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 

E 531038; C. W. Thompson & co., 

Boston. 

Land (The) of my heart's desire; 
words by E. C. Murphy, music bv 
John Lester Blake [of U. S.] New 
Haven, Conn., Elm Citv music pub- 
lishers. [3032 
© Oct. 3, 1921 ; 2 c. Oct. 6, 1921 ; 
E 530706; Edward Charles Murphy, 
New Haven. 

Land of my waiting heart; words by 
Fred G. Bowles, music by Frank 
Matthew [of Great Britain] [3033 



© Jan. 22, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922 . 
E 527289; Cecil Lennox & co., Lon- 
don. 

Land (The) of the lily is loveland; 
English text and music by J. W. Win- 
ters [of U. S.], French text by Frank 
P. De Rose. [3034 

© Jan. 28, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 530614; John W. Winters, Jack- 
son, Mich. 

Land (The) of yesterday; waltz 
ballad, words by Fred Tibbott, music 
by George Rex [of Canada] [3035 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 530858 ; Weaver music supply co., 
ltd., Vancouver, Canada. 

Landowska ( — ) Valse; by Landow- 
ska, op. 4, played by Flora Zygman 
[of U. S.] ; in E minor (Ampico 
record music roll, no. 58473-H) [3036 
© Nov. 20, 1920 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 529745 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Lark's (The) song; two-part song, 
words anon., music by Edgar L. Bain- 
ton [of Great Britain] ; treble voices. 
(St. Cecilia, selected and ed. by Flo- 
rian Pascal, twelfth series, two-part, 
no. 18) [3037 

© Feb. 10, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 527255 ; Joseph Williams, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

LassitudEl See Moods. 

Last (The) farewell. See Fox 
(Sam) popular standard waltz folio. 

Last go round; words and music by 
S. Easton [of U. S.], arr. by W. G. 
Morrow [of U. S.] ; piano with words. 

[3038 
© 1 c. music Feb. 4, 1922; 1 c. 
wds. Feb. 17, 1922; E 529300; Sidney 
Easton, Baltimore. 

Last (The) request; words by L. 
Johns, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music 
co. [3039 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb, 14, 1922; 
E 531152; Lillian Johns, Pittsburgh. 

Last rose of summer; arr. by Paul 
Dawson [of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, 
Mass., Bay state music co. (Well 
known folk melodies, no. 3) [3040 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 530419 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement and harmonization] 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 3, 1922 



3060 



Last (The.) song; words by Hartley 

Alexander, music by James H. Rogers 

[of U. S.] ; high voice. [3041 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 

E 531066 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Last year with you ; lyrics by Fred E. 

Weatherly, music by Cyril Norman 

[of Great Britain] ; in E flat. [3042 

© Feb. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; 

E 527431 ; Duncan's, London. 

Lau.s Deo. See Grace (Harvey) Ten 
compositions. 

League (The) triumphant; American 
Marseillaise ; words and music by 
George Surrev Barlow [of U. S.] 

[3043 
© Jan. 11, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 530911; George S. Barlow, New 
York. 

Leap year peaches ; novelty, words and 

music by Cov-Clara [of U. S.] [3044 

© Jan. 24; 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922 ; 

E 529006 ; T. M. Clark, Garden City, 

Tex. • 

Leaving; words by Marshall Barough, 
music by William H. Lanin [of Eng- 
land] ; in G. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] [3045 

© Dec. 29, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 527302 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Legend (The) act oe the piper; act 1, 
words by Josephine Preston Peabody, 
music bv E. E. Freer [of U. S.] op. 28. 

[3046 
© Nov. 28. 1921; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
D 26248; Eleanor Everest Freer, 
Chicago. 

Legende; by Joseph W. Clokev [of 

U. S.] op. 19, no. 2; organ. [3047 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 

E 529231 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Legende de Sagrario; no. 3 de le drame 
lyrique Dans l'ombre de la cathedrale, 
poeme de Maurice Lena et Henry Fer- 
rare, d'apres Blasco Ibanez, musique 
de Georges Hiie [of France] [3048 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526943; Heugel, Paris. 

Legion aires polka ; druznicka, arr. by 
F. Trvner [of U. S.] 4to. 1. Orch. 
with piano.— 2. Band. [3049, 3050 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. each Feb. 21, 
1922; E 529768, 529769; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 



Let me dream ; words and melody bv 
D. Pelunis [of U. S.] [3051 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922; E 529327; 
Dorothy Pelunis, Los Angeles. 

Let me see your eyes, Mandy ; words 

bv A. Gentrv, melody by Raymond A. 

Browne [of'U. S.]" [3052 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; E 531431; 

Anna Gentry, Moberly, Ky. 

Let's be sweethearts again; words by 

Nicholas De Maio, music by Nicholas 

Salatto [of U. S.] [3053 

© Julv 16, 1921 ; 2 c. Oct. 10, 1921 ; 

E 530951 ; Kearney Ross, Corona, N. Y. 

Let's waltz that dreamy waltz again : 
words bv B. Brown, music by G. Gay- 
lord [of U. S.] [3054 
© Jan. 6, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1922; 
E 530703 ; Bruce Brown and Gene 
Gaylord, Los Angeles. 

Lettre d' adieu ; paroles de Edmond 

Blanc, musique de M. T. Bonhomme 

[of France] op. 90. [3055 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527063; M. T. Bonhomme, Paris. 

Liberty forever; words by C. Healy, 
music bv Anna Rita Merritt [of U. S.] 

[3056 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1922; E 531517; 
Charles Healy, New York. 

Life is either smiles or tears; words 
by J. M. Hand, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.l New York, World music 
pub. corp. [3057 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529790 ; Jennie M. Hand, Syracuse, 
N. Y. 

Lift up your heads, ye gates of brass; 
set to tune Dodd, words by James 
Montgomery, music bv E. S. Perkins 
[of U. S.] " [3058 

© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531030; Emilv S. Perkins, New 
York. 

Lilies ; words bv C. P. Chenoweth, music 
bv D. V. Chenoweth [of U. S.] Buf- 
falo, N. Y., Melody pub. corp. [3059 
© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1922; 
E 528822; Dorothy and Clarence P. 
Chenoweth, Omaha, Neb. 

Lilies of the lake; galop, by A. W. 
Holt, op. 3, rev. by H. L. Harts [of 
U. S.l ; pf. [3060 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530694; White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision] 



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Lingering eyes; words by A. Samuel, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [3061 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529439; 

Arthur Samuel, New York. 

Liszt (Franz) Love dream; nocturne 
no. 3, by F. Liszt, arr. by Harvey B. 
Gaul [of U. S.] ; organ. (Organist's 
repertoire) [3062 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 531004; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Little bandits ; by Florence Eldredge 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay state music co. (Tunes for little 
hands, no. 4) [3063 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530425 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

LitteE (The) bird; words by Mrs. J. 
Gardner [i. e. Mrs. J. Gardiner], mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3064 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529430; 
Mrs. J. Gardiner, Rutherford, N. J. 

LitteE bird a-singing; words by Maud 
Cunningham, music by Ralph Ray- 
mond [of England] ; in B flat. [3065 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 526994 ; Warren & Phillips, London. 

Little (A) bit old-fashioned ; from 
Tinkle-tinkle, act 1, scene 2, words 
and music by Jack Alfred [pseud, of 
A. Stanton Brown, of U. S.] [Photo- 
stat] [3066 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; E # 529579; 
J. Stanley O'Connell theatrical co., 
inc., Toledo, O. 

Little (The) brown horse; unison 
song, words and music by Ethel Boyce 
[of England] 4to. (Novello's school 
songs, no. 1312) [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] [3067 

© Feb. 27, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1922; 
E 527474 ; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Little champion; overture, by J. E. 

Wells [of U. S.T; band. 4to. [3068 

© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 

E 531198; Fred Jewell, Oskaloosa, la. 

Little dream girl; words by W. E. 
Stark, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [3069 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529780 ; W. E. Stark, San Fran- 



Little (A) English pastoral; by 

Leonard Butler [of Great Britain] ; 

pf. [3070^ 

© Jan. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 

E 527447 ; Augener, ltd., London. 

Little girl of long ago; lyric by Joe 

Cone, music by Maurice Baron [of 

U. S.] [3071 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 

E 529310 ; Belwin, inc., New York. 

Little (The) girl who lived across 

the way ; words and melodv by Thos. 

C. Kennedy [of U. S.] " [3072 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; E 531410; 

Harry S. Bussey, Abbotsford, Wis. 

Little (The) gray road of love; words 

by Gordon Johnstone, music by Turner 

Layton [of U. S.] [3073 

© Feb. 3. 1922; 2 c. Feb. - 4, 1922; 

E 530910; Harms, inc., New York. 

Little land of heart's desire; words 
by Ethelyn Bourne Borland, music by 
Charles Wakefield Cadman [of U. S.] 
op. 74 ; in A flat. [3074 

© Jan. 23, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529212; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Little land of liberty; words by E. 
Esmonde, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [3075 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529816; Esther Esmonde, Brooklyn. 

Little lonesome me; words and music 

bv L. Ward and Flossie Gross [of 

U. S.], arr. by L. Ward. [3076 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1922; E 529957; 

Lewis Ward, Kansas City, Kan. 

Little lovin's ; words by M. M. Bran- 
nen, music by George Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [3077 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529815; Mary M. Brannen, Holli- 
daysburg, Pa. 

Little mountain maiden; words by 
Fred E. Weatherly, music by Kennedy 
Russell [of Great Britain] ; in D. 

[3078 
© Jan. 13, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 527253 ; Boosey & co., London. 

Little Nell; words by C. Burr, music 
by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S-] 
Chicago, Legters music co. [3079 

© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922 ; 
E 531136; Clarence Burr, Walla 
Walla, Wash. 



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3097 



Little pal I am lonesome for you ; 
words by T. E. Manley, music by Geo. 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [3080 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529783; Thos. E. Manley, Virginia, 
Minn. 

Little (The) shepherd's song; poem. 

by William Alexander Percy, music 

by David Proctor [of U. S.] [3081 

© Nov. 17, 1921 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 

E 529851 ; Darch, inc., New York. 

Little (A) song; by Florence Eldredge 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay State music co. (Tunes for little 
hands, no. 2) (Cover-title: A little 
story) [3082 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530418 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Little (The) soubrette; by Arthur 
Traves Granfield [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[3083 
© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529492; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land: 

Little (A) spot in the Northwest; 
words bv R. J or gen sen, music by 
George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [3084 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529284 ; Robert Jorgensen, Minne- 
apolis. 

Little white lily; by Benjamin Lam- 

bord [of U. S.] op. 13, no. 2 ; piano. 

(Two descriptive pieces, no. 2) [3085 

© Tan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 

E 530766 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Ll'America (Napulita) ; versi di Al- 
berto De Rosa, musica di Armando 
Fragna [of Italy] ; mand. ace. 4to. 

[3086 
© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531186; Casa editrice Napoli, New 
York. 

Lonesome blues ; fox trot, words bv 
H. M. Ahlheim and W. C. Ahlheim, 
music by W. C. Ahlheim [of U. S.], 
arr. by Harry L. Alford [of U. S.] 

[3087 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1922; E 529541; 
Helen M. Ahlheim and Walter C. Ahl- 
heim, Decatur, 111. 

Lonesome pickaninny; words and 
music by Choua Paula [pseud, of B. 
Heuser, of U. S.], arr. bv Albert M. 
Kanrich [of U. S.] [3088 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; E 530854: 
Beatrice Heuser, Boston. 



Long, long ago; arr. by Harry J. Clarke 
[of U. S.] ; written in musical notation 
and diagram for Hawaiian guit. 

[3089 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 530797; Wm. J. Smith music co., 

inc., New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

Longing ; melody by M. D. Senna [of 
U. S.] [3090 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; E 529520; 
Michael Donald Senna, Hartford. 

■ words by J. Lakebrink, music bv 

Edouard Hesselberg [of U. S.] [3091 
© Dec. 17, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530721 ; J. Lakebrink, St. Louis. 

Longing for you ; words by E. Muth, 

music by Edouard Hesselberg [of 

U. S.] [3092 

© Dec. 17, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 

E 530719; Ethel Muth, Rome, N. Y. 

Longo (Alessandro) Idillio; di A. 
Longo [of Italy] op. 39, no. 5 ; due 
piano forti. (Edizione Ricordi no. 329: 
Sei divertimenti facili, no. 5) [3093 
© Feb. 6, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 527219; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Lontanetta; marcietta-intermezzo, de 
G. Razigade [of France] ; quintette a 
cordes. [3094 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527376; Georges Razigade, Nice, 
France. 

— ■ piano,, avec violoncelle, 2 e 

fois seulement. [3095 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527389; Georges Razigade, Nice, 
France. 

Look tor the sunshine; from The 
music maker, words and music by Car- 
roll Loveday and James F. Thomas 
.[of U. S.] Boston, Mass., Brewster 
music co. [3096 

© Jan. 27, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 530698 ; Loveday & Thomas, Salem, 
Mass. 

Look out for the automobile; tiny tot 
educator song, words and music by 
W. A. Dillon [of U. S.] 8vo. (Dillon 
memory system) [3097 

© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 529394; William A. Dillon, Ithaca, 
N. Y. 



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Loony (The) melody; song fox-trot, 
by Ernest Longstaffe, arr. by Dan 
Godfrey [of Great Britain] ; full mili- 
tary band. (In Chappell's army jour- 
nal, no. 493) [3098 
© Jan. 26, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 527215; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Lord (The) is my Shepherd; words 

from Psalm xxiii, music by E. Blanch- 

ard [of U. S.l [3099 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 529515; 

Eugene Blanchard, Piedmont, Calif. 

Lord, now lettest Thou Thy servant 
depart in PEACE; nunc dimittis, music 
by Nicholas Douty [of U. S.] ■; chorus of 
mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. (Theo. 
Presser co., church music for mixed 
voices) [3100 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529693; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Lord's (The) prayer; sacred song, arr. 
to the tune of Happy land, words and 
music by Daniel H. Wilson [of U. S.] 

[3101 
© Jan. 28, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 530616; Malinda Goldson, Corvallis, 
Or. 

LoreEn ; words and music by Howard 

Dunlap [of U. S.] [3102 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 

E 531221; R. C. Douglas co., Ft. 

Worth, Tex. 

Los Angeles blues ; fox trot song, 
words and music by Yonel D. Opri- 
sescu [of U. S.] [3103 

© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1922; 
E 529235; Oprisescu, Millea & Diac 
co., Los Angeles. 

Lotus blossoms of the Nile; fox-trot 
song, by E. Koyen and Jake Lax [of 
U. S.], arr. by E. Koyen; melody 
with piano ace. [3104 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922; E 529190; 
Ernest Koyen, Los Angeles. 

Love; words by J. H. Schidel, music by 
A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Legters music co. [3105 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 531167; George Tropin, Cleveland. 

LovE and laughter ; words and music 
by H. L. Gaut [of U. S.] [3106 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1922; E 529331; 
Helen Lukens Gaut, Pasadena. 



LovE (The) beggar; words and music 
by G. Shirley [of U. S.] [3107 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1922; E 531445; 
Gene Shirley, Toledo, O. 

LovE (The) boat; waltz, from Zieg- 
feld follies of 1920, by Herbert, played 
by Muriel Pollock [of U. S.] ; in C. 
(Ampico record music roll, no. 
58593-F) [3108 

© Nov. 20, 1920; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 529730 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Love dream. See Liszt (Franz) 

LovE Eyes ; lyric by A. Schiller, melodv 

by V. Blakeley [of U. S.] [3109 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 531280; 

Albert Schiller and Verne Blakeley, 

Chicago. 

LovE is all; words by Bliss Carman, 

music by E. L. Neumann [of U. S.] 

[Blueprint] [3110 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1922; E 529646; 

Edith Louise Neumann, Wymore, Neb. 

LOVE, LOVE, SOMETIMES I DREAM OE IT ; 

waltz, from the musical play Gabrielle, 
words by Helen Williams, music by 
Archibald Joyce [of Great Britain] ; 
in D. [3111 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527078; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Love- moon (The) ; reverie, words by 
Lilian Middleton, music by Ernest 
Harry. Adams [of U. S-] ; in E flat. 

[3112 
© Jan. 23, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529214; White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. 

Love remember you have my heart; 
words by T. Mudrow, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, Riviera 
music co. [3113 

© Sept. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530759; Theodore Mudrow, H\r- 
bine, Neb. 

LovE secrets. See Fox (Sam) popular 
standard waltz folio. 

LovE sings a song; words by Frederick 
H. Martens, music by Arthur Cleve- 
land Morse [of U. S.] [3114 
© Jan. 21,' 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 
' E 530801 ; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 



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3132 



Love (The) star (Amore! amor!); 
English words by Adrian Ross, Italian 
words by Sestilio Magnanelli, music 
by Lao Silesu [of Great Britain] 

[3115 

© Feb. 16, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1922; 

E 527401 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Love was once a little boy; air by 
J. A. Wade, arr. by Alfred Moffat [of 
Great Britain] ; 3 treble voices. 4to. 
(Collegiate choir, no. 322) [3116 

© Jan. 30, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922 ; 
E 527281; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

Love wile find the way ; words by A. 

Rankin, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [3117 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529436; 

Alexander Rankin, New York. 

LovE you'll never know ; words and 
music by F. Shackleford [of U. S.], 
arr. by Wm. Schulz [of U. S.] [3118 
© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528923; Forrest Shackleford, New 
York. 

LovELiGHT ; from Ziegfeld new midnight 

frolic, words and music by Gene Buck 

and Dave Stamper [of U. S.] [3119 

© Jan. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 530675 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

words by F. M. Hanley, music by 

Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [3120 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529777 ; Florence M. Hanley, Law- 
rence, Mass. 

Lovelight (The) in your eyes; words 

and melodv by A. R. Gilchrist [of 

U. S.] " ' [3121 

© 1 .c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529402;. 

Archibald Remsen Gilchrist, Brooklyn. 

Lovely Lucerne; waltz song, words by 
Fred W. Leigh, music by Felix Godin 
[of England] ; solo or duet with obbl. 
refrain. New York, Leo Feist, inc. 

[3122 
© Jan. 14, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922 ; 
lc. Feb. 13, 1922; E 526618; Francis, 
Day & Hunter, London. 

Love's barometer ; from Queen of hearts, 
words by Philip Rodway and Tom H. 
Townson, music by Harry Rushworth 
[of England] [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] [3123 

© Jan. 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922 ; 
E 527298 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 



Love's Entreaty ; words and music by 

R. Kirkwood [of Canada] [3124 

© Jan. 9, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1922; 

E 525941; Robert Kirkwood, Picton 

co., Canada. 

Love's labor lost; words by W. Poon, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[3125 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 

E 529134; Wm. Poon, Princeton, N. J. 

Love's longing ; words and music by 
Hallam Chilton [of England] ; in C. 

[3126 
© Dec. 23, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 527299 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co M London. 

Love's spell (Charme d'amour) ; valse 
lento, by Kendall, played by Edwin F. 
Kendall [of U. S.] ; in G. (Ampico 
record music roll, no. 58584-F) [3127 
© Nov. 20, 1920 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 529744 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Lovesick blues ; words and melody by 
H. Emsheimer [of U. S.] [3128 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; E 530808; 
Henry Emsheimer, New York. 

Lovin' ! words by Will D. Muse, music 
by G. Ewell [of U. S.] [3129 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; E 530824; 
Gwynn Ewell, Norfolk, Va. 

Lovin' daddy ; words and music by How- 
ard L. Muse [of U. S.] [3130 
© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531223; Okoboji music co., Des 
Moines. 

Low (The) backed car; words by Sam- 
uel Lover, music arr. by Herbert 
Hughes [of Ireland] ; in F. (Histori- 
cal songs and ballads of Ireland) [3131 
© Jan. 27, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527163; Metzler & co. (1920) ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Lowland lay ; part-song, poem by Wal- 
ter Scott from Lady of the lake, music 
by Gerrard Williams [of England] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Musical times, 
Mar. 1, 1922) [3132 

© Feb. 27, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1922; 
E 527471 ; Novello & co., ltd., London. 



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Lullaby ; by Adam Carse [of Great 
Britain] ; violin and pf. [3133 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 
E 527450; Augener, ltd., London. 

by G. Ewell [of U. S.] ; melody with 

piano ace. [3134 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; E 530825; 
Gwynn -Ewell, Norfolk, Va. 

from the opera Erminie, arr. by 

Harry J. Clarke [of U. S.] ; written 
in musical notation and diagram, for 
Hawaiian guit. [3135 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 530792; Wm. J. Smith music co., 
inc., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

— ■ — Russian lyric by A. Mey, tr. by 

Lucy Newman, music by E. Kirbis [of 

Russia, domiciled at New York] [3136 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1922; 

E 529653 ; Edward Kirbis, New York. 

See also Zilcher (Paul) Six easy 

piano solos. 

Lullaby dreams ; words by Elnora Lind- 

seth, music by Clare Mathilda Pearson 

[of U. S.] ' [3137 

© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; E 529345; 

Clare M. Pearson, Choteau, Mont. 

Lullaby moon ; lyric by Anna Welker 
Brown, music bv Billie Brown [of 
U. S.] [3138 

© Feb. 17, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 531279; J. W. Jenkins sons music 
co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Lullaby (The) my mammy sang to 
me; slumber on, words and music by 
Mervin M. Melton, musical arr. by 
W. Everett Melton [of U. S.] [3139 
© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531213; W. Everett Melton, Rich- 
mond. 

Lunamakaainana ; march, duet arr. by 
James Francis Roach [of U. S.] ; steel 
guit. Cincinnati, O., Roach-Frankland. 
(Pleasing melodies for the Hawaiian 
steel guitar) [3140 

© Jan. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 531289 ; James F. Roach, Cincinnati. 

Ma wee, auld fashioned hamE; Scotch 
song, words by H. McFarlane, music 
by Mrs. J. A. Tupper Noble [of Can- 
ada] [3141 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1922; E 529538; 
Hugh McFarlane, Esquimalt, Canada. 

Mac plays the bagpipes. See Nursery 
(The) band. 



Mackrimmon's ' lament; arr. by Al- 
fred Moffat [of Great Britain] ; male 
voices. 4to. (Scottish part songs, no. 
185) [3142 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527113; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

Mad (The) prince; words by Walter 
de la Mare, music by C. Armstrong 
Gibbs [of Great Britain] [3143 

© Dec. 21, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 527207; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

M me Chantilly ; opera, palabras y 

musica por T. Barrera [of Spain] 

Parte de apuntar, acto 1, 2. [3144 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1922; E 526822; 

Tomas Barrera, Madrid. 

Maggio famme scurda' ; versi di R. De 

Russo, musica di F. Di Leo [of 

U. S.] ; mand. ace. 4to. [3145 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1922; 

E 531415 ; Italian book co., New York. 

Magic (The) door; unison song, words 
and music by Ethel Boyce [of Eng- 
land] 4to. (Novello's school songs, 
no. 1311) [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] [3146 

© Feb. 27, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1922; 
E 527473 ; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Magic (The) hour; words by Nina 
Almirall, music by Marion Rogers [of 
U. S.] 1. High in A.— 2. Medium, in 
G.— 3. Low, in F. [3147 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. each Feb. 11, 
1922; E 529495; Sam Fox pub. co., 
Cleveland. 

Magnus Dominus ; offertoire, by John 
Hermann Loud [of U. S.] ; organ. 
(Choice organ selections, ninth series) 

[3148 
© Jan. 3, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922 ; 
E 530691 ; White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. 

Maid oe my wildwood dreams; words 
by E. C. Freeman, music by Paul H. 
Phillipp [of U. S.], arr. by Compton 
P. Thorp [of U. S.] [3149 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; E 530948; 
Edna C. Freeman, Seal Beach, Calif. 

Maid (The) oe Swanlinbar; words by 
M. E. Just, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Riviera music co. 

[3150 
© Sept. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530760; Mamie E. Just, Oakland, 
Calif. 



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3167 



Maiden so fair (Femme sensible) ; 
poem by Hoffman, English text by 
Stewart" A. Trench [of France, domi- 
ciled at New York], music by Mehul 
from the opera Ariodant, har. by Gus- 
tave Ferrari [of France, domiciled at 
New York] French and English 
texts. (In Twelve French ballads, 
no. 1) [3151 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529215 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on harmoniza- 
tion and English version] 

Maingueneau (Louis) Prelude; du 
3 e acte de Ninon de Lenclos, drame, 
1 y r i q u e de L. Maingueneau [of 
France] ; partition d'orch. [3152 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526939; Heugel, Paris. 

Malinda Brown ; a strutting fox trot 
song, words by Howard Johnson, mu- 
sic bv Walter Donaldson [of U. S.] 

[3153 

© Feb. 16, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1922 : 

E 529666; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Mame (A) ohn kinder; words and mu- 
sic by M. Karlinsky [of U. S.] [3154 
© Jan. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530625; Morris Karlinsky, Brook- 
lyn. 

Mamie; words and music by K. Milnes 

[of U. S.], arr. bv Joseph Church [of 

U. S.] [3155 

<© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; E 529467; 

Kirby Milnes, Boston. 

Mamma (The) gone blues; words by 

Lester Calvin, music bv Jimmie Clark 

[of U. S.] [3156 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; E 529488; 

Broadway music corp., New York. 

Mamma, mamma MiAj'versi di R. De 

Russo, musica di F. Di Leo [of U. S.] ; 

mand. ace. 4to. [3157 

© Feb. 1. 1922; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1922; 

E 531416; Italian book co., New York. 

Mammy is near all the time; Mary- 
land, words and music bv Charles 
Field Yardley [of U. S.] [3158 

© Tan. 30, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 
E 529341 : Ritz song shop, Larchmont, 
N. Y. 

Man-in-the-moon ; words by Terry 
Temple [pseud, of Felix Paulk], music 
bv Edouard Hesselberg [of U. S.] 

[3159 
© Dec. 17, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530716; Felix Paulk, Alapaha, Ga. 



Mandy ; words by F. A. Swiderski, mu- 
sic by Peggy McCarthy [of U. S.], 
arr. bv Harry P. Guv [of U. S.] 

[3160 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; E 529590; 
Frank A. Swiderski, Hamtramck, 
Mich. 

March (A) ; words by Chas. Kingsley, 
music by Horace Middleton [of Great 
Britain, domiciled at So. Millbrook, 
N. Y.] op. 16, no. 1. (Five songs, no. 1) 

[3161 
© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 529615 ; Composers' music Corp., New 
York. 

See also Sunshine (A) holiday. 

March municipal ; by Gustav Klemm 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [3162 

© Jan. 27, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922 ; 

E 530656 ; G. Fred Kranz music co., 

Baltimore. 

March-night (A) love song; words by 

H. V. T. Burton, music by C. Alison- 

Crompton [of Great Britain] [3163 

© Dec. 23, 1921: 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 

E 527245 ; Boosey & co., London. 

March (The) oe justice; words by 
I. W. Wiernikowski, melody by Max 
Norworth [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.l [3164 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530888; 
Ignacy W. Wiernikowski, New York. 

March (The) of spring. See North 
country sketches. 

March oe the men oe HarlEGh; arr. 
by Harry J. Clarke [of U. S.] ; writ- 
ten in musical notation and diagram, 
for Hawaiian guit. [3165 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 530776; Wm. J. Smith music co., 
inc., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

March -prelude. See Chiddingfold 
(The) suite. 

Marche de ballet; de Andre Grand- 
jean [of France] ; orch. avec piano con- 
ducteur. 4to. [3166 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527017; Paul Decourcelle, Nice, 
France. 

Marche des ailes ; de Emmanuel ' Za- 
mor, fils [of France] ; orch. avec piano 
conducteur. [3167 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527013 ; Zamor, fils, Montmorency, 
France. 



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Marche des p'tites electrices; two 
step, de Bertolys [of France] ; orch. 
avec piano conduct eiir. 4to. [3168 
© Jan. 11, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527045; Paul Decourcelle, Nice, 
France. 

Marc he du sacrE. See Godard (Ben- 
jamin Louis Paul) Jeanne d'Arc. 

Marche ExotiquE ; de B.-M. Colomer 

[of France] ; piano. Lyon, Janin f reres. 

(Six pieces intimes, no. 5) [3169 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 526960; J. Janin, Lyon, France. 

Maria mazurka ; by C. Leont [of U. S.], 
arr. by May Mullini ; piano. [3170 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; E 531175; 
Charles Leont, Chicago. 

Marilyn mine; lyrics by J. A. Young, 
music by Thomas Joseph Drohan [of 
U. S.], arr. by William K. Whiting 
[of U. S.] [3171 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; E 531424; 
John Aloysius Young, East Boston. 

Marjanko laendler ; sousedska, arr. by 
F. Tryner [of U. S.] 4to. pt. 1. a. 
Band. — b. Orch. pt. 2. a. Band. — b. 
Orch. [3172-3175 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. each Feb. 21, 
1922; E 529771-529773, 529775 ; Georgi 
& Vitak music co., Chicago. 

Mark plays the trombone. See Nurs- 
ery (The) band. 

Martha and me; fox-trot, by Milton 
Ager [of U. S.] ; orch., with piano and 
words. Feist edition. 4to. [3176 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 530905 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Mary; fox trot from Mary, by Hirsch, 
played by Muriel Pollock [of U. S.], 
assisted by R. J. [of U. S.] ; in A flat. 
(Ampico record music roll, no. 
58623-F) [3177 

© Nov. 20, 1920; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 529737 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

■ words and music composed by Tom 

Mellor and Harry Gifford [of Eng- 
land] ; in G. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] [3178 

© Jan. 19, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 527307 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 



words by G. A. Speers, music bv 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3179 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529421; 
Geo. A. Speers, Ivy, Canada. 

Mary alone; words by Lucile Isbell 

Stall, music by David W. Guion [of 

U. S.] ; low voice. [3180 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 

E 531067 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Mary and I ; chorus, words by James 
Dyrenforth, music by Dwight Fiske, 
arr. by Howard Barlow [of U. S.] ; 
male voices. 4to. (G. Ricordi & co.'s 
collection of part-songs and choruses, 
no. 228) [3181 

© Jan. 31, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 530683 ; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. 

Mary have a heart; words by Joseph 
A. Yanchik, melody by J. J. Molitoris 
and Theo. F. Chuya [of U. S.] 

[3182 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; E 531420; 

John J. Molitoris, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Mary is a real good fellow, but Marv 
is a real good girl; words by Irving 
Caesar, music by Harry Akst [of 
U. S.] [3183 

© Jan. 30. 1922; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 530813 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New 
York. 

Mary's a beautiful name; song fox 
trot, words and music by Fred God- 
frey [of England] [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] [3184 

© Feb. 20, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 23, 1922 ; 
E 527404; B. Feidman & co., London. 

Mary Tracy how would you like to 
become a Casey? fox trot song, by 
Jean Schwartz, scored by Geo. J. 
Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; vocal orch., in 
B flat, with words. 4to. [3185 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 530878; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
. arrangement] 

Mask (The) ball; preparation for 

octave study, by M. Jennette Loudon 

[of U. S.] ; piano. (Summy edition, 

no. 99) [3186 

© Feb. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922 ; 

E 531440; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

Mass in honor of the sacred heart 
of Jesus ; music by L. A. Dobbelsteen 
[of U. S.j ; three male or three female 
voices, organ ace. 4to. [3187 



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3204 



© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 529377; Michael L. Nemmers, Mil- 
waukee. 

Massau (Alfred) Suite; par A. Mas- 
sau [of Belgium] ; violoncelle et piano. 
Brussels, Schott freres. Contents : 
Prelude. — Gavotte. — S arabande. — 
Gigue. — Courante. [3188 

© Nov. 14, 1921 ; 1 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 
E 527239; Alfred Massau, Verviers, 
Belgium. 

Massenet (Jules £mile Frederic) 
Scene religieuse ; by J. Massenet, arr. 
by Clarence Dickinson [of U. S.] ; 
organ. (St. Cecilia) [3189 

© Feb. 9, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 531047 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Mating time; all the world's in love, 
words by John P. Harrington, music 
bv John C. Holliday [of Great Brit- 
ain] [3190 
© Feb. 6, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; 
E 527434; Cecil Lennox & co., Lon- 
don. 

Matinka to nEdoyoli ; pochod, by E. 
Stole [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [3191 

© Jan. 21, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 530804; Joseph Jiran, Chicago. 

words and music by E. Stole 

[of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [3192 

© Feb. 8, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 529511; Joseph Jiran, Chicago. 

May the grace op Christ; set to tune 
Benedictio, words by John Newton, 
music by E. S. Perkins [of U. S.] 

[3193 
© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531020; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

May waltz. See Method of musical 
instruction. 

Maybe ; lvrics and music by H. Gilmore 

[of U. S.] [3194 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1922; E 530960; 
Helen Gilmore, New York. 

Maypole dance. See Chiddingfold 
(The) suite. 

Mazie ; words by H. Bott, melody by 
Pauline B. Story [of U. &] [3195 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; E 529862; 
Henry Bott, Collinsville, 111. 

Mazurka. See Chopin (Frederic Fran- 
cois) 

2606—22 5 21 



Me pals and me gals ; words and mel- 
ody by Bryan Foy, Howard Johnson 
and Al Steadman [of U. S.], arr. by 
H. Johnson. [3196 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1922; E 530964; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Meadowsweet. See Third album of 
songs. 

Meditation ; by H. Douglas [of Eng- 
land] ; organ. London, Novello & co M 
ltd. [3197 

© Feb. 28, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1922; 
E 527480 ; H. Douglas, Matlock, Eng- 
land. 

See Grace (Harvey) Ten composi- 
tions. 

MEET me in Mandalay ; lyric and mel- 
ody by A. Schiller [of U. S.] [3198 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530923; 
Albert Schiller, Chicago. 

Melancholy (The) pixie ; by Arthur 
L. Brown [of U. S.] op. 32, no. 4; 
piano, 4 hands. (Pixies' carnival, no. 
4) [3199 

© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 529607; B. F. Wood music co., Bos- 
ton. 

MelancoliE; de Felix Fourdrain [of 

France] ; violon et piano. (6 petites 

pieces faciles, no. 1) [3200 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527032; Max Eschig, Paris. 

piece breve, par Roger Branga [of 

France] ; piano. [3201 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 537219; Durand et cie., Paris. 

Melinda Jane; words by I. C. Nutter, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [3202 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; E 531233; 

Irene C. Nutter, Lynbrook, N. Y. 

Melodies at twilight; words by C. 
Erchens, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [3203 

©^Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529263; Catherine Erchens, La 
Crosse, Wis. 

Melody in A minor; dream fancies, by 
E. J. Kier [of U. S.] ; piano or harp. 

[3204 
© Jan. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 529173; Elizabeth J. Kier, Pitts- 
burgh. 

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Melrose (The) rag ; by Hubert Bauer- 
sachs [of U. S.] ; piano. St. Louis, 
Mo.," Melrose pub. co. [3205 

© Dec. 29, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 530868; Hubert T. Bauersachs, St. 
Louis. • 

Memorial march ; by A. Sartorio [of 
Germany] ; piano. [3206 

© Sept. 9, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 530968; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Memories ; words by M. F. Mott, music 

by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] 

Chicago, Legters music co. [3207 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 

E 531162; M. F. Mott, Kansas City. 

Memories mate of mine; words by A. 
Morgan, music by George Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [3208 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529819; Almeda Morgan, Vancou- 
ver, Canada. 

Memories oe you; waltz, words by 
George R. Medcalf, music by George 
W. Redmon and Helen A. Keppert [of 
U. S.] [3209 

© Feb. 17, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 
E 531414; Big hit music pub. co., 
Tacoma. 

Menace (La) (The threat) ; poeme de 
Henri de Regnier, English version by 
Rosa Newmarch [of England], mu- 
sique de Albert Roussel, op. 9; voix 
moyennes. [3210 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E '526974 ; Rouart, Lerolle et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on English trans- 
lation] 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Lud- 
wig Felix) Mendelssohn's Spring 
song; trans., arr. by Harry J. Clarke 
[of U. S.] ; written in musical nota- 
tion and diagram, for Hawaiian guit. 

[3211 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 530779; Wm. J. Smith music co., 

inc., New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

——Nocturne in E; from Midsummer 
night's dream, by Mendelssohn, played 
by Mary Angell, ed. by McNair Ilgen- 
fritz [of U. S.] (Recordo, no. 65910) 
[Music roll] [3212 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 53148.5 ; Recordo player roll co. ; Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on editing] 

Mendelssohn's Spring song. See Men- 
delssohn (Jacob Ludwig Felix) 



Menuet ; de Felix Fourdrain [of France] ; 

violon et piano. (6 petites pieces 

faciles) [3213 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527031 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 

no. 3 de la Suite d'orchestre en si 

bemol, trans, par l'auteur F. Wael- 
Munk [of France] 1. Piano. — 2. Vio- 
lon et piano. [3214, 3215 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. each Jan. 31, 
1922; E 527054, 527058; Evette et 
Schaeffer, Paris. [Copyright is claimed 
on transcription] 

Menuet de la viERGE; no. 4 de le drame 
lyrique Dans l'ombre de la cathedrale, 
musique de Georges Hue [of France] ; 
piano. [3216 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526944; Heugel, Paris. 

Merry (A) dtnner party; valse de 
salon, by Carl Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.l 
op. 452 ; piano. [3217 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529702; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Merry (A) merry dance ; by Joseph J. 
McGrath [of U. S.] ; pf. ' [3218 

© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922 ; 
E 530985; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Merry wandering. See Zilcher (Paul) 
Six easy piano solos. 

Mes douleurs sont sous la terrE; pa- 
roles de Camille Mauclair, musique de 
Diran Alexanian [of France] Editions 
litteraires et musicales. (Deux poemes, 
no. 2) [3219 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527384; A. Z. Mathot, Paris. 

Message (A) from home; words by 

Willie Paulsen, melody by O. R. Jones 

[of U. S.] [3220 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; E 530958; 

Owen Rutledge Jones, New York. 

Messager (Andre) Suite; from the 
ballet Leo deux pigeons, de A. Mes- 
sager [of France], ed. by Charles 
Woodhouse [of England] ; orch. with 
piano conductor. Hawkes & son's 
concert edition. Contents: pt. 1. 
Entree des Tziganes. — 2. Scene et pas 
de deux pigeons. — 3. Theme et varia- 
tions, pt. 2. 4. Divertissement. — 5.. 
Danse hongroise. — 6. Final. 

[3221,3222 
© Jan. 28, 1922; 1 c. each Feb. 13, 
1922; E 527292, 527293; Hawkes & 
son, London. 



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3238 



Method of musical instruction; with 
melodies by L. J. Civille [of U. S.] 
New York, Schubert studios corp. 
Contents : May waltz. — Wild rose. — 
Valse Schubert.— Fox cub. [3223 

© Dec. 7, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1921 ; 
aff. Jan. 14, 1922; A 655509; Louis 
Joseph Civille, Brooklyn. 

MethodE dE violon; par Mazas, revue 
et considerablement augmentee par 
Jules Domerc [of France], traducido 
al espanol por J. Mulet. (fidition na- 
tionale frangaise, no. 1198) French 
and Spanish texts. [3224 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922 ; 
E 527266 ; Henry Lemoine & cie., Pa- 
ris. [Copyright is claimed on revision 
and augmentation] 

Metodo dE vioun ; por Mazas, revisado 
y aumentado considerablemente por 
Julio Domerc, traducido al espanol por 
Jose Mulet [of France] (fidition na- 
tionale frangaise, no. 1199) French 
and Spanish texts. [3225 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922 ; 
E 527265 ; Henry Lemoine & cie., Pa- 
ris. [Copyright is claimed on trans- 
lation] 

Miami moon (Miami d'amour) ; words 
by George Dunbar, French text by 
Arthur La Pierre, music by Eugene 
Maynard [of U. S.] [3226 

© Feb. 8, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922 ; 
E 531048; Jack Mills, inc., New York. 

Mickey boy; words by M. Yasovsky, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [3227 

© 1 c. Feb. 9. 1922; E 529446; 

Mike Yasovsky, Philipsburg, Pa. 

Mickey O'Neil, a brother oe Peggy 
O'Neil; waltz, by Ed. G. Nelson and 
Fred Coots [of U. S.'] ; band. Feist 
edition. 4to. [3228 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 530907; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Midsummer. See Four (The) seasons. 

Mighty (The) Andes; tone-poem, by 
Gatty Sellars [of Great Britain] ; or- 
gan, obi. 4to. (Paxton's organ li- 
brary, ed. by J. A. Meale) [3229 
© Jan. 27, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 527118; W. Paxton & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Military American ; march, by John 
McKenzie [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. 

[3230 
© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 531200 ; McKenzie and Griffis, Atchi- 
son, Kan. 



Military march. See Othello. 

Miniature (A) ; by Gustav Klemm [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., Bay 
state music co. (Suite modern, no. 5) 

[3231 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530421 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Minstrel (The) boy ; arr. by Harry 
J. Clarke [of U. S.] ; written in musi- 
cal notation and diagram, for Ha- 
waiian guit. [3232 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 530781; Wm. J. Smith music co., 
inc., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Minuet; by Edward E. Trucco [of 
Italy, domiciled at New York] op. 12, 
no. 1 ; piano. (Two compositions for 
piano, no. 1) [3233 

© Feb. 14, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531209 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

See also Zilcher (Paul) Six easy 

piano solos. 

Miracle (The) See Gray and gold. 

Miracle piano playing; self teaching 
chord chart no. 4, or explained by a 
teacher, arr. by Walter Lipman [of 
U. S.] ; bass. [3234 

© Jan. 27, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529559; Music hall pub. co., San 
Francisco. 

Miriann come back to Alabam ; words 

by J. T. Kartes, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3235 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529449; 

Joseph T. Kartes, Milwaukee. 

Miss Milwaukee; fox trot, by J. F. 

McMahon [of U. S.] ; piano. [3236 

© Jan. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 

E 528504; Joseph F. McMahon, New 

York. 

Miss you ; fox trot, words and music by 

L. M. Lillpop [of U. S.] [3237 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1922; E 529813; 

Louise M. Lillpop, Sedro Woolley, 

Wash. 

Missing pleasures ; words and music 

by I. M. Lawson [of U. S.] [3238 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 

E 529304; Iowen M. Lawson, New 

York. 



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Mission bells ; words and music by 
A. Newkirk [of U. S.] [3239 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; E 530657; 
Annie Newkirk, Long Beach, Calif. 

words by W. Johnson, melody by 

George Oliver [of U. S.], arr. by 
Walter Smith [of U. S.] [3240 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530922; 
Warren Johnson, San Francisco. 

Mississippi ; words and melody by A. 

Gittleman [of U. S.], arr. by Stephen 

Pasternacki [of U. S.] [3241 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; E 530933; 

Aubrey Gittleman, Detroit. 

Mississippi Missy; words and melodv 
by Dave Ringle [of U. S.] [3242 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1922; E 530671; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Mississippi moon; words by Maurice J. 
Gunsky, melody by Nathan Goldstein 
[of U. S.], arr. by Harry Powell [of 
U. S.] [3243 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; E 529523; 
Nat Goldstein music pub. co., San 
Francisco. 

Misterioso; by Firmin Swinnen [of 
U. S.] ; organ. (Theatre organist, no. 
5018, bk. 4) nos. 1-5. [3244-3248 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. each Feb. 11, 
1922; E 529462-529466; J. Fischer & 
bro., New York. 

Mod-Erato; by Christian Schafer [of 

Great Britain] op. 99, no. 3 ; piano. 

(Trois valses lentes, no. 3) [3249 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 

E 527453 ; Augener, ltd., London. 

Modulations into G major; for the use 

of church organists, by E. L. Ashford 

[of U. S.] obi. 8vo. [3250 

© Jan. 21, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1922; 

E 529669 ; Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 

Molly O'Shea; written and composed 
by Chas.Carr, Victor Lodge, and Jimmy 
Richardson [of England] [Staff and 
tonic sol-fa notations] [3251 

© Feb. 8, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 527305 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Mona ; transcription, by Stephen Adams, 
arr. by Gustaf Brink [of U. S.] ; pf. 
Lawrence, Mass., Bay state music co. 

[3252 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922;. 
E 530426 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement and harmonization] 



Mo-na-lu ; fox trot, by Louis Breau [of 

U. S.], arr. by Fred Hoff ; orch. 4to. 

Belwin edition. [3253 

© Jan. 28, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 

E 530836; Belwin, inc., New York. 

words and music by Louis Breau 

[of U. S.], arr. by Phil Boutelje. [3254 
© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1922; 
E 529652 ; Belwin, inc., New York. 

Monkey (The) motion blues ; words 
by R. C. Davis, melody by Max Nor- 
worth [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] [3255 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530893; 
Robert C. Davis, Kansas City, Mo. 

Montana ; waltz ballad, words and music 

by Ruth Byrd and H. Weeks [of U. S.l 

Seattle, Melody shop. [3256 

© Dec. 21, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 

E 530807 ; Harold Weeks, Seattle. 

Moods; suite, by Cyril Scott [of Eng- 
land] ; pf. Contents : 1. Sadness. — 2. 
Lassitude.— 3. Energy. [3257 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 
E 527198 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Moods of a mind; by H. V. Spanner [of 
Great Britain] ; pf. bk. 2. National 
institute edition of the works of Brit- 
ish blind composers. Contents : 3. Sad- 
ness. — 4. Gladness. [3258 
© Feb. 16, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1922; 
E 527469 ; Ryalls & Jones, ltd, Birken- 
head, England. 

Moon (The) drops low ; accompaniment 
record, by Cadman, op. 45, no. 4, played 
by Boszka Hejtmanek [of U. S.] ; in 
C sharp min. (Ampico record music 
roll, H 58744-H) [3259 

© Dec. 20, 1920; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 529724 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Moon (The) maiden's song. See Al- 
bum of six songs. 

Moon shine blues; humorous fox trot 

song, words and melody bv H. C. 

Carey [of U. S.] [3260 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1922; E 530609; 

Harold C. Carey, Albion, Mich. 

Moonbeams; waltz, by H. Hjort [of 
Sweden, domiciled at Skowhegan, 
Me.] ; piano. [3261 

© Jan. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 530826; Hugo Hjort, Skowhegan, 
Me. 



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3279 



Moonlight on the Mississippi ; words 
by J. K. Roman, music by George 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [3262 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529136; John K. Roman, E. St. 
Louis, 111. 

Moonlight (The) waltz; by J. A. 
Wherle [of U. S.] ; piano. [3263 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; E 530850; 
James A. Wherle, McVeytown, Pa. 

Moonlit tears ; tr. from the Chinese 
by Moon Kwan, music by Charles 
Wakefield Cadman [of U. S.] op. 72, 
no. 1 ; in B flat. [3264 

© Jan. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 529391 ; White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. 

MoonridErs (The) ; march or two step, 
bv A. Lyons and H. L. De Mars [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [3265 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531225 ; Anna Lyons and Helen L. 
De Mars, Duluth, Minn. 

Moonshine (The) ; words by J. E. 

Reed, melody by Norman Folk [of 

U. S.] [3266 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; E 529476; 

Joseph Elmer Reed, Cleveland. 

Moors (The) of Derrynane. See 
Third album of songs. 

More (The) money blues; words by 
W. M. Blayton, music by Geo. Graff, 
jr. [of U. S.] New York, World 
music pub. corp. [3267 

© Feb. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922 ; 
E 529945; Willa Mae Blayton, Boyn- 
ton, Okl. 

Morning ; fox-trot, words and music by 

A. Kelly [of U. S.l , arr. by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3268 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; E 529178; 

Agnes Kelly, Flushing, N. Y. 

MoRTELM a n s ( LodEwi j k) Twenty- 
seven old Flemish folk songs ; tran- 
scribed by L. Mortelmans [of Bel- 
gium] ; piano. (C. M. C. educational 
library, series, 1, no. 3, 4) bk. 1. 
nos. 1-9.— bk. 2, nos. 10-18. 

[3269,3270 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. each Feb. 2, 

1922; E 529202, 529203; Composers' 

music corp.. New York. [Copyright 

is claimed on transcription] 



-bk. 3, no. 19-27. (C. 

M. C. educational library, series 1, 
no. 5) [3271 

© Feb. 14, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531204; Composers' music corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

Mother; words by W. T. Rigdon, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3272 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; E 531235; 
W. T. Rigdon, Salem, Or. 

Mother and dad ; words by Mrs. G. N. 
Caudell, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [3273 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529787 ; Mrs. G. N. Caudell, Ports- 
mouth, Va. 

Mother and me; words by J. F. Ennis, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[3274 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 531157; John F. Ennis, W. Phila- 
delphia. 

Mother darling ; words by N. S. Flan- 
agan, music by Luther A. Clark [of 
U. S.l [3275 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922; E 529356; 
Nora S. Flanagan, Jefferson, la. 

Mother lovE; words by J. E. Cham- 
bers, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [3276 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1922 ;_ E 531514; 
J. E. Chambers, Cincinnati. 

Mother mine; words by A. Teegarden, 

melody by Ray Ross Frampton [pseud. 

of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [3277 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1922; E 529964; 

Alma Teegarden, Tyro, Kan. 

Mother, mother, mother; words by 
Mrs. N. J. Miles, music bv Geo. Graff, 
jr. [of U. S.] New York, World mu- 
sic pub. corp. [3278 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529265 ; Mrs. N. J. Miles, Altoona, 
Pa. 

Mother Nature; words by Mrs. H. 
Crockett, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music 
co. [3279 

© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922 ; 
E 531138; Mrs. Harvey Crockett, 
Akron, O. 



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Mothers' club song; words by Jane 
Devereaux, music by Emma Beiser 
Scully [of U. S-l [3280 

© Jan. 28, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 530615 ; Federation of mothers' 
clubs of Cincinnati and vicinity, Cin- 
cinnati. 

Mother's love ; words by J. J. Jackson, 
music by Seymour Furth [of U. S.] 

[3281 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1922; E 528603; 
J. J. Jackson, Johnsonburg, Pa. 

Mother's (A) love; words by J. Mor- 
gan, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[3282 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 

E 529782 ; Jack Morgan, Utica, N. Y. 

Mother's new home; words by E. M. 

Swallow, melody by Raymond A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [3283 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531092; 

Elmer M. Swallow, Fort Worth, Tex. 

Mother's smile; words and melody by 
W. G. Harold [of U. S.] [3284 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530929; 
Will G. Harold, Chicago. 

Moujik; petite danse russe, par Roger 
Branga [of France] ; piano. [3285 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527392; Durand et cie., Paris. 

Mountain maid; written and composed 
by Rawdon Blandford and Maurice 
Guttridge [of Australia] ; in E flat. 

[3286 
© Nov. 9, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527127; Allan & co., pty. ltd., Mel- 
bourne, Australia. 

Mountains (The) are calling me; 

words by W. T. Rigdon, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3287 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; E 531236; 

W. T. Rigdon, Salem, Or. 

MullybErry TREE; chorus, words by 
Virginia Frazer Boyle, music by John 
Barnes Wells, arf . bv Howard Barlow 
[of U. S.] 4to. (G. Ricordi & co.'s 
collection of part-songs and choruses, 
nos. 216, 215) 1. Male voices. — 2. 
Three women's voices. [3288, 3289 

© Jan. 30, 1922; 2 c. each Jan. 31, 
1922; E 530680, 530681; G. Ricordi & 
co., inc., New York. 

Mummers (The) arrive. See Chid- 
dingfold (The) suite. 



Music, when soet voices die; words 

by Shelley, music by Henrv Tiltman 

[of England] [3290 

© Jan. 20, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 

E 527192; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 

My Araby; words by Blair S. Keyes > 
music by A. H. Beckwith [of U. S.] 

[3291 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1922; E 529293; 
Alfred Henry Beckwith, Chicago. 

My aviator girl ; words by C. A. John- 
son, music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [3292 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1922; E 531516; 
C. Albert Johnson, Armstrong 1 , Canada?. 

My babE; words by E. Cockev, music 

by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] ' [3293 

© Dec. 17, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 

E 530728 ; Evelyn Cockey, Baltimore. 

My blessed eriend; words and music 
bv W. M. Runyan [of U. S.] ; bar. or 
alto and ten. [3294 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 531089; William M. Runyan, 
Wichita. 

My budding rose; fox trot, by Gilbert- 
Cooper, played by Herbert Clair [of 
U. S.], assisted by H. S. ; in G. Am- 
pico record music roll, no. 58833-F) 

[3295 
© Dec. 20, 1920; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 529714; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

My children ; words by E. F. McCusker, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Legters music co. [3296 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 531143; Edward F. McCusker, 
Philadelphia. 

My Christmas wish; worlds t>y E. 
Stealey, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [3297 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529274; Eva Stealey, St. Louis. 

My cream rose; words by R. R. De 
Silva, music by Edouard Hesselberg 
[of U. S.] [3298 

© Dec. 17, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530729; R. Ruthven De Silva, To- 
bago, B. W. I. 

My Cuban Pearl ; lyric by Harry Wax- 
man, music by V. Dattilo [of U. S.] 
New York, Ansonia music co. [3299 
© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1922; 
E 531423 ; Vincent Dattilo, New York. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 3, 1922 



3317 



My dear Irish lassie; words by C. M. 
Arundale, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3300 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529448; 
Catharine M. Arundale, Lincoln, Neb. 

My dear star; valse, by Alexandre S. 
Petit. 1. Orch. by Julien Porret [of 
France] ; small orch. with piano con- 
ductor.— 2. Piano. [3301,3302 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. each Jan. 31, 
1922; E 527071, 527076; Evette et 
Schaeffer, Paris. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

My debt to you, beloved; words by 
Jessie Rittenhouse, music by Alice 
Reber Fish [of U. S.] [3303 

© Feb. 17, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529677 ; Hinds, Hayden & Eldredge, 
inc., New York. 

My dream of you Kathleen; words by 

Howard Strope, music by Chas. Eben 

Jones [of U. S.] [3304 

© 1 c. Oct. 1, 1921; E 530713; 

Chas. E. Jones, Utica, N. Y. 

Same. [3305 

© Feb. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1922 ; 
E 529840; Chas. E. Jones, Utica, N. Y. 

My dreams; song roll, by Tosti. played 
by Howard Brockway [of U. S.l ; 
in D flat. (Ampico record music roll, 
no. 201994-F) [3306 

© Nov. 20, 1920 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 529743 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

My dreams are still with you, dearie ; 
words by M. Silva, melody by Ray 
Ross Frampton [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] ' ' [3307 

© 1 c-. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530897; 
Manuel- Silva, East Providence, R. I. 

My Father, lor another night; set 
to tune Baker, words by Henry W. 
Baker, music bv E. S. Perkins [of 
U. S.l [3308 

© Dec. 15, 1921 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531023; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

My garden of dreams; words by R. 
Osterling, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [3309 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529793; Rebecca Osterling, La Fay- 
ette, Ind. 



My Ghetto Rose; fox-trot, lyric by 
Will Frederic, melody by Max Field 
[of U. S.] [3310 

© Feb. 16, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1922: 
E 529639 ; Vogue music publishers, 
Minneapolis. 

My girl ; words by T. W. Cleeland, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3311 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529415; 
T. Walker Cleeland, Philadelphia. 

My glory flag; bv J. E. Lewis [of 

U. S.l, arr. by "Fritz Mueller [of 

U. S.] ; band. [3312 

© 1 c. Dec. 19, 1921; E 529236; 

James E. Lewis, Washington. 

My God, how endless is Thy love; set 
to tune Barr, words by Isaac Watts, 
music by E. S. Perkins [of U. S.l 

[3313 
© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531010; Emilv S. Perkins, New 
York. 

My God, the spring of all my joys; 
set to tune Palisades, words by Isaac 
Watts, music by E. S. Perkins [of 
U. S.l [3314 

© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531008; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

My haven ; words by Eric Wilson 
[pseud, of B. Turner], music by 
Bernard Turner [of Great Britain] ; 
in F. [3315 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; 
E 527429 ; Oakley pub. co., London. 

My he^rt is waiting; words and music 
by Clifford G. Gates [of U. S.] ; with 
violin and cello obbl. 1. High, in D 
flat.— 2. Medium, in B flat.— 3. Low, 
in A flat. [3316 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. each Feb. 11, 
1922; E 529496; Sam Fox pub. co., 
Cleveland. 

My heart's a yellow butterfly; trio, 
poem by Helen Hay Whitney, music 
by Charles H. Bochau, arr. by How- 
ard Barlow [of U. S.] ; female voices. 
4to. (G. Ricordi & co.'s collection of 
part-songs and choruses, no. 238) 

[3317 
© Jan. 27, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 530676 ; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. 



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My Hilo girl ; words and music by 

Walter Smith [of U. S.] [3318 

© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922 ; 

E 530772 ; Florintine music pub. co., 

San Francisco. 

My homeland far over the sea ; words 
by A. B. Hart, music by David Reed 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [3319 

© Feb. 23, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 
E 529867; A. B. Hart, Alberta, Can- 
ada. 

My honey Lou ; lyrics by B. G. De 

Sylva, melody by Walter Donaldson 

[of U. S.] [3320 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1922; E 530965; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

My honey's first ride in an aero- 
plane; words by W. Heiney, music 
by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [3321 
© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529145; Warren Heiney, Pen Ar- 
gyle, Pa. 

My honey's lovin' arms; lyric by Her- 
man Ruby, melody by Joseph Meyer 
[of U. S.], arr. by Geo. Holman [of 
U. S.] [3322 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1922; E 529249; 
Fred Fisher, inc., New York. 

My jasmine flower; words by N. Van 
H. Miner, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [3323 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529272; Nellie Van H. Miner, Day- 
tona, Fla. 

My jungle sweetheart ; words by C. C. 
Fretz, melody bv Ray Ross Frampton 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 

[3324 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531105; 

Clarence C. Fretz, Conshohocken, Pa. 

My L-M3Y fair; words by D. H. Strong, 
music by Geo. - Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[3325 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 

E 529776; David H. Strong, Denver. 

My lily of the valley ; words by M. 
Jahn, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [3326 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529259- Marie Jahn, Merrill, la. 

o 



My little bimbo down on the Bamboo 
Isle; one-step, by Donaldson, played 
by Marion Scott [of U. S.] ; in E flat. 
(Ampico record music roll, no. 
58603-F) [3327 

© Nov. 20, 1920; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 529735 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

My little bungalow ; words and music 
by D. R. Vance and J. W. Bullough 
[of Canada] [3328 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1922; E 531077; 
David Ross Vance and Jno. William 
Bullough, Winnipeg, Canada. 

My ltttlE Dixie, Pixie, TrixiE; words 

by E. S. S. Huntington, music bv Ole 

C. Jacksen [of U. S.] "[3329 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529433; 

O. C. Jacobsen, Racine, Wis. 

My little Indian Rose; words by E. A. 
Brown, music bv Leslie Smith [of 
England] [3330 

© Jan. 16, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 527308 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

My little moonflower ; valse, by Chris- 
tine Maitland [of England] ; piano, 
with words by Hampden Gordon. [3331 
© Ian. 3, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527104; Wilford, ltd., London. 

My little mountain rose; words by 
Mrs. F. A. Davis, music by Edouard 
Hesselberg [of U. S.] [3332 

© Dec. 7, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922 ; 
E 530733 ; Mrs. F. A. Davis, Mt. Rain- 
ier, Md. 

My little Pearl ; words by W. Laver- 
diere, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[3333 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 531165; Winifred Laverdiere, To- 
ronto, Canada. 

My memory's most gone; words by D. 
Conable, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [3334 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922 ; E 529420 ; David 
Conable, Bantam, Conn. 

My missing Adeline; words bv C. 
Heldman, music by A. Leopold Rich- 
ard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters 
music co. [3335 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 531129; Clara Heldman, Schnell- 
ville, Ind. 



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no. 3, 1922 



3352 



My mother, she's the only one loves 
me today ; words by R. M. Sanservino, 
music by Harry Tillman [of U. S.] 
New York, Authors & composers serv- 
ice co. [3336 
© Feb. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1922 ; 
E 529574; Rose M. Sanservino, Jer- 
sey City. 

My mother's melodies ; medley, words 

and music compiled and arr. by C. K. 

Harris [of U. S.] [3337 

© Jan. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 529181; Chas. K. Harris, New York. 

My old home ; words and music by Wm. 
R. Worrell [of U. S.] Philadelphia, 
Pa., Wm. Richert & son. [3338 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 530946; William Richert, Phila- 
delphia. 

My only true love and me; words by 
E. Grimes, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [3339 

©.Feb. 25, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 529938; Esther Grimes, Swarth- 
more, Pa. 

My own Ching Ching; fox trot, words 

by O. Miller, music by Ray Hibbeler 

[of U. S.] [3340 

© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1922; E 529830; 

Ora Miller, Chicago. 

My pearl oe promise; words and music 
by G. Skelding [of U. S.], arr. by 
Howard Moon and Abe Seigi [of 
U. S.l [3341 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1922; E 530771; 
George Skelding, Lynn, Mass. 

My phantom idol ov love; words and 

music by D. Pelunis [of U. S.], arr. 

by L. F. Shepard [of U. S.] [3342 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1922; E 529645; 

Dorothy Pelunis, Los Angeles. 

My pretty Irish quEEn ; words by F. 
W. Klouda, melody by Ray Ross 
Framptcn [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] [3343 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531099; 
Frank W. Klouda, Fort Casey, Wash. 

My pretty Pagy ; words by W. H. 
Davis, music by George Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.j New York, World music pub. 
corp. [3344 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529139; Wm. H. Davis, Uvalde, 
Tex. 



My rainbow girl ; words and melody 

by S. Rov, Frederick Patrick and 

Arthur Griffin [of U. S.] [3345 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; E 531417; 

Sidney Roy, New York. 

My Sahara rose ;. fox trot, from Ed. 
Wynn carnival, by Donaldson, played 
by Herbert Clair [of U. S.], assisted 
by H. S. [of U. S.] ; in E flat. (Am- 
pico record music roll, no. 58613-F) 

[3346 
© Nov. 20, 1920 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 529740 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

My ships at sea ; duet, words by Ma- 
rion Ray, music by C. Lloyd Stafford 
[of Great Britain] ; women's voices. 
4to. (Collegiate choir, no. 329) 

[3347 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527109; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

My swEET eorgET .me not; words by 
S. Weyant, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [3348 

© Feb. 20. 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529785; Sade Weyant, Freeport, 
N. Y. 

My sweet gal ; fox trot song, words 
and music bv Geo. Hamilton Green 
and Victor Arden [of U. S.] [3349 
© Feb. 7, 1922, 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529499; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

My sympathy; words by J. T. John- 
son, music by Edouard Hesselberg [of 
U. S.l [3350 

© Dec. 7, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530738; J. T. Johnson, Bridgeburg, 
Canada. 

My Uncle Sam ; words by N. M. Guild, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[3351 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529261; Neva M. Guild, Topeka, 
Kan. 

My wandering Gypsy ; lyric by Joyce 

Fair, melody by C. C. Gray [of 

U. S.] [3352 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1922; E 529853; 

Carl C. Gray, New York. 

Myola. See Haigh (T.) Six Aus- 
tralian sketches. 



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Myrtle, I've been so lonely for you; 
words by Harrv White, music by F. 
W. Metz [of U. S.], arr. by Harry 
Alford [of U. S.] [3353 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531124; 
Florence Wells Metz, Chicago. 

Mystery ; words by Omar Khayyam, 
music by J. Case [of U. S.] [3354 

© 1 c. Dec. 20, 1921; E 531277; 
Jeanette Case, Kansas City, Mo. 

Na poli slavy ; pochod, words and mu- 
sic by Emil Stole [of U. S.] 4to. 
1. Orch.— 2. Band. [3355,3356 

© Feb. 8, 1922 ; 2 c. each Feb. 13, 
1922; E 529513, 529514; Joseph Jiran, 
Chicago. 

Nancy Lee; arr. by Harry J. Clarke 
[of U. S.] ; written in musical nota- 
tion and diagram, for Hawaiian guit. 

[3357 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 

E 530787 ; Wm. J. Smith music co., 

inc., New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

Naples au clair de lunE; intermezzo 
nocturne valse, de Georges Picquet [of 
France] ; quintette a cordes et piano 
conducteur. 4to. [3358 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527038; Paul Decourcelle, Nice, 
France. 

Napoli ; serenade, bv G. P. Hulten [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [3359 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530871; 
George P. Hulten, San Francisco. 

Narcissus ; by Nevin, played by Ivan 
Kerouak, ed. by McNair Ilgenfritz 
[of U. S.l (Recordo, no. 65920) 
[Music roll] [3360 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 531484; Recordo player roll co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

Natt-viol (Hesperis tristis) ; ord af 
Carl Snoilsky, tr. from the Swedish 
by Shirley M. K. Gandell [och] Prast- 
kragen ; ord af Verner von Heiden- 
stam : musik af J. R. Jacobsen [of 
U. S.] op. 6, nos. 1. 2. Christiania, 
Oluf Bys. musikforlag. [3361 

© Dec. 17, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1922; 
E 530712; Jacob Rode Jacobsen, 
Chicago. 

Nature charms; words by C. H. Bush, 

music by R. Browne [of Canada] [3362 

© Fe'b. 7, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 

E 527316; Chas. H. Bush, Kentville, 

Canada. 



'Neath Spanish skies; fantasia espa- 
gnole, by G. Muder [of U. S.] ; mand. 

[3363 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1922; E 529648; 

George Muder, New Kensington, Pa. 

'Neath sunny skies ; tarantelle, by 
Mari Paldi, arr. by Edmund Parlow 
[of Germany] ; pf., 6 hands. (Clover 
leaves) [3364 

© Jan. 28, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530953; Arthur P. Schmidt co.,. 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

'Neath the old Hawaiian moon :. 
words by William Witol, melody by 
H. Ward [of U. S.], arr. bv Everett 
J. Evans [of U. S.] [3365 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; E 529863; 
Henry Ward, Monticello, Ark. 

'Neath western skies ; words and mel- 
ody by Chas. Dornberger and Lew 
Da'lv [of U. S.], arr. by L. Daly. 

[3366 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1922; E 530962; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Neckties ; musical recitation, words by 
Harry Rowland, music by Chas. Els- 
tree [of Great Britain] (Musical 
monologues, no. 248) [3367 

© Jan. 24, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 527275 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

Never mind; song fox trot, words and 
music bv Louis Breau and Nat San- 
ders [of U. S.] [3368 
© Jan. 27, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28. 1922 ; 
E 529131 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co. ? 
inc., New York. 

New compositions for voice and piano ; 
thematic catalog, comp. by editorial 
staff of Composers' music corp. [of 
U. S.] 4to. [3369 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
16, 1922; A 655511; Composers' music 
corp., New York. 

New (The) dawn; choral poem, words 
by Nesta Sawyer, music by Cecil For- 
syth [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Modern series, no. 219) [3370 

© Jan. 28, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530623 ; H. W. Gray co. New York. 

New (The) moon and the old; writ- 
ten and composed by John P. Long 
[of England] ; in G. [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] [3371 

© Jan. 23. 1922; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527143; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 



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3388 



Night; words by L. Bingham, music by 
A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Legters music co. [3372 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 531139; Louise Bingham, Canton, O. 

Night (A) in napoli ; words and music 

by Little Caruso [pseud, of Antony 

Rossitto, of U. S.] [3373 

© Oct. 7, 1921 ; 2 c. Nov. 2, 1921 ; 

E 529455 ; Antony Rossitto, New York. 

Nightfall; anthem, words anon., music 
by Frederick Locke Lawrence [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. 
(Church music review, no. 639) [3374 
© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529228 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

No USE CRYING IF YOUR SWEETHEART 

GOES away ; fox trot, by Hugo Hirsch. 
scored by D. Onivas [of U. S.] ; orch. 
4to. [3375 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529188 ; Edward B. Marks music co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Nobody calls me Jo; words by E. Strong, 

melody by Ray Ross Frampton [pseud. 

of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [3376 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531102; 

Elizabeth Strong, Santa Ana, Calif. 

Nobody knows (Zadny nevi) ; medley 
waltz, arr. by Louis Vitak [of U. S-] 
4to. 1. Band. — 2. Orch., with piano. 
[3377, 3378 
© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. each Feb. 21, 
1922; E 529766, 529767; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement] 

Nobody knows where Tosti goes, 
when Tosti says good-bye; words by 
Sam Lewis and Joe Young, music by 
Geo. W. Meyer [of U.' S.] [3379 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531091; 
Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Noces sacerdotales. See Nouveaux 
(Les) cantiques. 

Nocturne no. 2. See Chopin (Frederic 
Francois) 

Nocturne in E. See Mendelssohn- 
Bartholdy (Jacob Ludwig Felix) 

Nod ; words bv Walter de la Mare, music 
by Victor Harris [of U. S.] ; high 
voice, in E flat. (Three songs from 
Dune-home) [3380 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529459 ; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 



Non v'ammogliatE; versi di Antonio 
Trusiano, musica di Alfredo Napoli- 
tano [of Italy] ; mand. ace. 4to. 

[3381 
© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531170; Agostino Montalto, New 
York. 

Nora O'Niel ; words and music by M. 

D. Major [of Canada] [3382 
© Feb. 7. 1922; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 

E 527315; Max D. Major, Okanagan 
Centre, Canada. 

North country sketches ; four orches- 
tral pieces, by Frederick Delius, trans, 
by Philip Heseltine [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; piano, 4 hands. Contents : 1. 
Autumn — the wind soughs in the 
trees. — 2. Winter landscape . — 3. 
Dance. — 4. The march of spring. 

[3383 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 

E 527457; Augener, ltd., London. 

[Copyright is claimed on transcription] 

Nos jolis contes blEus; paroles de 
Rene d'Helbingue, tr. by Charles Bolz, 
musique de Georges Delaye [of 
France] [3384 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527075 ; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Not lately ; character song, words by 

E. Deacey, music by Chas. A. Prince 
[of U. S.] [3385 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 529624 ; Triangle music pub. co., 
New York. 

Nouveaux (Les) cantiques; coll., 
poesie de Gabriel Ducos, musique de 

F. de La Tombelle [of France] ; ace. 
d'orgue ou harmonium. Lyon, Janin 
freres. 9 e cahier. Contents: 1. Noces 
sacerdotales ; voix d'hommes. — 2. Prise 
de voile ; voix de femmes. — 3. Pro 
sponso et sponsa ; voix mixtes. — 4. Tu 
es sacerdos ; voix mixtes. [3386 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 526956; J. Janin, Lyon, France. 

Now is come salvation and strength ; 
Easter anthem, words from the Bible, 
music by Percy E. Fletcher [of Eng- 
land] ; mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. 

[3387 

© Jan. 30, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 

E 527089 ; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

NuiT (UnE) a la villa Zina; par Leo 

Tecktonius [of U. S.] ; piano. (Trois 

compositions, no. 1) [3388 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 

E 529659; L. Vaillant, Paris. 



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Nuit d'automnE; reverie, by Philippe 
Maurel [of England] ; piano. [3389 
© Jan. 9, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527100; A. Hammond & co., Lon- 
don. 

Nun e na serEnata ! versi di Gianglese, 
musica di A. Fragna [of Italy] ; mand. 
ace. Naples, Canzone Partenopea. 
4to. [3390 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531181; Casa editrice Napoli, New 
York. 

Nursery (The) band; easy suite, by 
Heller Nicholls [of England] ; piano. 
Contents : 1. Mac plays the bagpipes. — 
2. Betty plays the xylophone. — 3. Marks 
plays the trombone. — 4. Bobby plays 
the flute. — 5. Olga plays the piano. — 
6. They all play together. [3391 

© Jan. 2, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 526991 ; Warren & Phillips, London. 

Nymphs; scherzo, by Gatty Sellars [of 

Great Britain] ; organ. [3392 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 

E 529246; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 

Boston. 

O BEAUTIFUL FOR SPACIOUS SKIES | Set to 

tune Central branch, words by Kath- 
erine Lee Bates, music by E. S. 
Perkins [of U. S.] [3393 

© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531015; Emilv S. Perkins, New 
York. 

'O bom ma signorE; parole e melodia di 

Tonv Ferrazzano [of Italy, domiciled 

at New York] [3394 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; E 529588; 

T. Palazzolo, New York. 

O! Both well bank; words by John 
Pinkerton, music arr. by W. Moodie 
[of Great Britain] ; mixed voices. 
4to. (Scottish part songs, no. 183) 

[3395 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527115; Bay ley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

'O cascETtino 'E Rosa ; versi di A. 
Trusiano, musica di Giuseppe Leone 
[of Italy] ; mand. ace. (Naples, Can- 
zone Partenopea) 4to. [3396 
© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531187; Casa editrice Napoli, New 
York. 

O Christ oe manger lowly; set to tune 
Rutgers, words by Daniel Russell, mu- 
sic by E. S. Perkins [of U. S.] 8vo. 

[3397 



© Feb. 10, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1922 ; 
E 529870; Emily S. Perkins, New- 
York. 

O COME, LET US SING UNTO THE LORD J 

anthem, music by William Baines [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices with organ ace. 
4to. (Theo. Presser co. hymn anthem 
for mixed voices) [3398 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530993; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

O, Falmouth is a eine town. See 
Vignettes. 

O for a closer walk with God ; set to 
tune Enoch, words by William Cow- 
per, music by E. S. Perkins [of U. S.] 

[3399 
© Dec. 15. 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531018; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

O, for a smilE; words and melody by 

W. H. H. Sharp [of U. S.] [3400 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; E 529468; 

William H. H. Sharp, Bloomsburg, 

. Pa. 

O, it is hard to work for God; set to 
tune Mackenzie, words by Frederick 
W. Faber, music by E. S. Perkins [of 
U. S.] [3401 

© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531032; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

O Lord and Master of us all; set to 
tune Test, words by John G. Whittier, 
music bv E. S. Perkins [of U. S.] 

[3402 
© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531028; Emilv S. Perkins, New 
York. 

O Lord, I promise Thee; melody by 
D. F. B. Rosati [of Italy, domiciled at 
Los Angeles] [3403 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529409; 
Dora Feigin Bayard Rosati, Los An- 
geles. 

O love that casts out FEAR ; hymn an- 
them, words by H. Bonar, music by 
Charles Heurter [of U. S.] ; sop. or 
ten. solo with chorus of mixed voices. 
4to. (Theo. Presser co., hymn an- 
them for mixed voices) [3404 
© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529691; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

O mistress mine. See Album of six 
songs. 

28 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 3, 1922 



3423 



'O Napulitano; versi di Salvatore Quid, 
musica di G. Leone [of Italy] ; mand. 
ace. Naples, Canzone Partenopea. 4to. 

[3405 
© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531180; Casa editrice Napoli, New 
York. 

O papillon leger; romance, paroles et 
musique de J. Durel [of France] Paris, 
Editions Maurice Senart. [3406 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526937 ; Jacques Durel, Villers par 
Congis, France. 

O praise the Lord op heaven ; words 
from the Bible, music by Herbert E. 
Hyde [of U. S.] ; mixed voices, organ 
ace. 4to. (Church music review, no. 
646) [3407 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 530939 ; H. W. Gray co. New York. 

O salutaris. See Azemard (Alfred) 
Deux motets. 

O ship oe my delight ; words by Arthur 

L. Salmon, music by Montague F. 

Phillips [of Great Britain] [3408 

© Jan. 30, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922 ; 

E 527154; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

O SOLE mio; ballad, by Di Capua, played 
by Roger Hilliard, ed. by McNair 
ifgenfritz [of U. S.] (Recordo, no. 
65960) [Music roll] [3409 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 531478; Recordo player roll co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

Oci mojE; valcik, by E. Stole [of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [3410 

© Jan. 21, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530805 ; Joseph Jiran, Chicago. 

words and music by E. Stole 

[of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [3411 

© Feb. 8, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 529512; Joseph Jiran, Chicago. 

October; words bv N. V. Hepner, music 
by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Legters music co. [3412 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922: 
E 531159; Neven V. Hepner, AVash- 
ington. 

Official (The) Za-ga-zig's Iowa 
corn song; set to tune Traveling, 
lyrics and arr. of music by J. T. Bee- 
ston [of U. S.], cho. by Geo. E. Ham- 
ilton. (Cover-title: Za-ga-zig's official 
Iowa corn song) [3413 

© Feb. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1922 ; 
E 529845 ; John T. Beeston, Des Moines. 



Oh ! angel divine child oe God ; words 
by I. W. Wiernikowski, melody by Ray 
Ross Frampton [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, 
of U. S.] [3414 

© 1 c. Feb. 6. 1922; E 530889; 
Ignacy W. Wiernikowski, New York. 

Oh, Carmina ; words and music by G. 
Torrise [of U. S.] [3415 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; E 530943; 
Gregory Torrise, Philadelphia. 

Oh gee, oh gosh, I love you; from For 
goodness] sake, words by Arthur Jack- 
son, music by William Daly [of U. S.] 

[3416 
© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 
E 529350 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

Oh, girls, don your knickers; words 

by S. Moringo, music by E. S. S. Hunt-. 

ington [of U. S.] [3417 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; E 531226; 

Stephen Moringo, Amasa, Mich. 

Oh, happy day; words by V. Norris, 

melody by Ray Ross Frampton [pseud. 

of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [3418 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1922; E 529963; 

Victor Norris, Mountain Creek, Ala. 

Oh, hear the 'witching music; bolero, 
words by Eric Hall, music arr. from 
Concone's Solfeggi by Stafford [of 
England] ; sop. and alto. 4to. (Col- 
legiate choir,, no. 349) [3419 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527107; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 

Oh, how I eove the country; words 
by E. D. V. Chapman, music bv Ed- 
ouard Hesselberg [of U. S.] "[3420 
© Dec. 17, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530727; E. D. Vesay Chapman, 
Kooringa Burra, S. Australia. 

Oh I hope they don't wear them any 

higher: words and melody bv P. J. 

Donaldson [of U. S.] [3421 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1922; E 529539; 

Paul J. Donaldson, Washington. 

Oh! my own; words by J. J. Murnagh, 

melody by Rosario Pellegrino [of 

Italy] [3422 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1922; E 529241; 

James J. Murnagh, Dannemora, N. Y. 

Oh she's so different; words by H. S. 
Ingelson, music by Edouard Hessel- 
berg [of U. S.] [3423 
© Dec. 7, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530731 ; H. S. Ingelson, Garretson, 
S. D. 



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Oh those Irish eyes ; words by_ B. A. 
Zywert, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [3424 

© Feb. 25, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 529954; Bernice A. Zywert, Holt- 
ville, Calif. 

Oh you swEET baby; words and music 
by R. C. Browne [of U. S.] [3425 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1922; E 529312; 
Rupert C. Browne, Roxbury, Mass. 

Ohioan sweetheart; words by Sceny 
Julian [i. e. J. Sceny], music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, Riviera 
music co. [3426 

© Tune 13, 1921 ; 2 c. Oct. 13, 1921 ; 
E 530754; Julian Sceny, Martins 
Ferry, O. 

Old Black JoE; arr. by Paul Lawson 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay state music co. (Well known 
folk melodies, no. 4) [3427 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530420; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement and harmonization] 

paraphrase de concert, by Gimbel, 

played by Roger Hilliard. ed. by Mc- 
Nair Ilgenfritz [of U. S.] (Recordo, 
no. 65950) [Music roll] [3428 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 531482; Recordo player roll co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

Old (The) circus band; march, by 
F. Jewell [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. 

[3429 

© Jan. 28, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 

E 530611; Fred Jewell, Oskaloosa, la. 

Old (The) Earm song; musical play, 

words and music by K. L. Nevins [of 

U. S.] [3430 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; D 26250 ; Kate 

Lockwood Nevins, Antioch, Calif. 

Old-fashioned flower ; words and mel- 
ody bv L. P. Milam, arr. by Edouard 
Hesselberg [of U. S.] [3431 

© Dec. 23, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530749; Leo Pattie Milam, Hart- 
ford, Ark. 

Old (An) fashioned maid; words by 
W. B. Stafford, music by Howard R. 
Green and Mary Byng Shilling [of 
U. S.] [3432 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1922; E 529649; 
Wm. Bernard Stafford, Washington. 



Old roLK dance; by J. E. Roberts [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [3433 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529694; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Old Glory ; memorial song, words by 
Eunice Campbell, music by Chas. L. 
Johnson [of U. S.] [3434 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531219; Campbell music co., Ar- 
kansas City, Kan. 

Old Glory march ; by F. Olson [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [3435 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 

E 529384; Francis Olson, Story City, 

la. 

Old Ireland is free so shake hands 

with me; words by E. Toy, music 

by Estelle Deputy [of U. S.] [3436 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1922; E 529543; 

Eddie Toy, Penns Grove, N. J. 

Old (An) memory; words and music 

by Hubert Rooney [of England] ; in 

G minor. [3437 

© Feb. 9, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 

E 527261 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Old Mother Hubbard; four part song, 
words traditional, music by J. W. 
Black [of U. S.] : ladies' voices. 4to. 
(Part songs and church music, no. '52) 

[3438 
© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529674: John William Black, Rich- 
mond Hill, N. Y. 

Old (The) nest; words by M. E. Pat- 
terson, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [3439 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529251 ; Mabel E. Patterson,. Casper, 
Wy. 

Old (The) songs oe Ireland; words 
by P. J. O'Reilly, music by F. Breen 
[of Ireland] 1. In G.— 2. In A. 

[3440 
© Jan. 30, 1922; 1 c. each Feb. 15, 
1922; E 527311; Frank Breen, Wex- 
ford, Ireland. 

Old (The) sweety shop; poem by 
Gershom Penfold, music by Felix 
White [of Great Britain] Curwen 
edition. [3441 

© Jan. 26, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 527437 ; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., Lon- 
don. 



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3457 



Olga ; mazurka caprice, by E. J. De- 
cevee, arr. by Edmund Parlow [of 
Germany] ; 2 pianos, 8 hands. (En- 
semble) [3442 
© Jan. 28, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530952; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Olga plays the piano. See Nursery 
(The) band. 

Omaha (Oh-me-oh-ma) ; words by 

Bert Hanlon, music by Geo. W. Meyer 

[of U. S.] [3443 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922; E 529193; 

Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 

Omigosh ; words by R. G. Phillips, mel- 
ody by Victor Noble Jones [of Can- 
ada, domiciled at Seattle, Wash.] 

[3444 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; E 529584; 
Riemer Goldsmith Phillips, Seattle. 

Ox old Potomac shore; waltz-song, 
words by J. Ralph Barrow, music by 
B. Y. Kwai [of U. S.] Washington, 
D. C, Washington times. {In The 
Washington times, Sunday, Jan. 29, 
1922) [3445 

© Jan. 29, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529191; Burnham Yung Kwai, 
Washington. 

On the avenue; minuet, by Carl Wil- 
helm Kern [of U. S.] op. 447, no. 3 ; 
pf. Lawrence, Mass.. Bay state music 
co. (Storiettes, no. 3) [3446 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530422; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

On the banks op the Illinois ; words 
and music by C. Legnt [of U. S.], 
arr. by Mav Mullini and Art Smith. 

[3447 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; E 531177; 
Charles Leont, Chicago. 

On -THE BANKS OE THE RIVER RHINE ; 

words ^nd music bv P. Picerno [of 
U. S.], arr. by Henry G. Peters [of 
U. S.] [3448 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1922; E 531043; 
Pasquale Picerno, Buffalo. 

On the green; by Christian Schafer 
[of England] op. 125, no. 2; piano. 
(Wayside sketches, no. 2) [3449 

© Jan. 31, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527176; Jamesons (St. Brides) ltd., 
London. 



On the river (Sur l'eau) ; by Philippe 
Maurel [of England] ; piano. (Cover 
title : Sur l'eau) [3450 

© Jan. 9, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527099; A. Hammond & co., Lon- 
don. 

On THE SHORES of Rockaway ; by 
Howard Johnson, Bert Hanlon and 
Tony Martin [of U. S.], arr. by S. 
Dangs [of U. S.] ; vocal orch., in D. 
4to. [3451 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 530901 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

On the subway; words and music by 
Sam Marley and Billy Heagney [of 
U. S.], arr. bv Geo. F. Briegel [of 
U. S.] [3452 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; E 529628; 
Triangle music pub. co., New York. 

On the water; by Florence Eldredge 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., 
Bay state music co. (Tunes for little 
hands, no. 1) [3453 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922 ; 
E 530429 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Once in a blue moon ; words by Emily 

Westrup, music bv Howard Fisher 

[of Great Britain] ' [3454 

© Jan. 12, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 

E 527248 ; Boosey & co., London. 

One kiss; fox trot, by Earl Burtnett 
and Gus Arnheim [of U. S.], arr. by 
Wm. Schulz [of U. S.] ; saxophone 
orch. with piano ace. ad lib. (Feist 
edition, no. 998-S) [3455 

© Jan. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922 ; 
E 530669 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

One more song ; graduation song, words 
by Edith Sanford Tillotson, music bv 
Ira B. Wilson [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (School, choruses) 

[3456 
© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529686; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

One, two, three, four; fox-trot, from 
Babes in the wood, written by George 
Arthurs, composed by R. Penso [of 
England] ; in D. [Staff and tonic 
sol-fa notations] [3457 

© Tan. 23, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527147; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 



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pt. in, n. s, v. 17 



Only an ivy leap ; words by H. F. 
Buchholz, music by Edouard Hessel- 
berg [of U. S.] [3458 

© Dec. 7, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530735 ; Helena Frances Buchholz, 
Bossburg, Wash. 

Only dreaming ; words and music by 

L. M. Lillpop [of U. S.] [3459 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1922; E 529814; 

Louise M. Lillpop, Sedro Woolley, 

Wash. 

Orange (The) and the blue; words 
and music by Herman Beetle [of 
U. S.], arr. by R. G. Newell. 4to, 

[3460 
© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922 ; 
E 531081 ; H. D. Sparks, Shelbyville, 
111. 

Organ recital pieces ; by Frederick 
Bridge [of England] bk. 51. (Aca- 
demic edition, no. 662) Contents: 1. 
The flowers of the forest ; lament. — 2. 
Prelude ; on tune Bowe bells. — 3. Calm 
and cloud ; reverie. [3461 

© Jan. 9, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527101; A. Hammond & co, London. 

Orientals; by Amani, op. 7, no. 2, 
played by Guy Maier [of U. S.] ; in C 
sharp minor. (Ampico record music 
roll, no. 58693-G) [3462 

© Dec. 20, 1920 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 529729 ; American piano co., New 
York. Copyright is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

par Leo Tecktonius [of U. S.] ; 

piano. (Trois compositions, no. 2) 

[3463 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 2 c. Tan. 25, 1922; 
E 529660 ; L. Vaillant, Paris. 

Original organ marks, combinations, 

and imitations ; by W. C. Simon [of 

U. S.] [3464 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1922; E 529811; 

Walter Cleveland Simon, New York. 

Orphan's (The) prayer; words by 
Jacob Ellenhorn, music by Jacob Can- 
tor Greenberg [of U. S.] [3465 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; E 530851; 
Douglas Park day and night nursery, 
inc., Chicago. 

Orpheus with his lute; words by 
Shakespeare, music by Arthur Sulli- 
van, arr. by Alfred J. Silver [of Eng- 
land] ; three-part chorus of women's 
voices. (Fischer edition, choruses in 
octavo form, no. 5088) [3466 



© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529456 ; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Ostinato. See Grace (Harvey) Ten 
compositions. 

Othello; suite, by S. Coleridge-Taylor 
[of England], arr. by Frank Winter- 
bottom [of England] ; military band, 
with conductor. (Hawkes & son's 
M. B. edition, no. 440) Contents: 1. 
Dance. — 2. Children's intermezzo. — 3. 
Funeral march.- — 4. The willow song. — 
5. Military march. [3467 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527313; Hawkes & son, London. 

Our flat; from The lady of the rose, 
words by Harry Graham, music bv 
Jean Gilbert [of England 1 [3468 

© Dec. 31. 1921; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527136; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Our God ; set to tune Burg, words and 
music bv E. S. Perkins [of U. S.] 

[3469 
© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531025; Emilv S. Perkins, New 
York. 

Our school band; march, by Walter 
Rolfe [of U. S.] ; pf. [3470 

© Feb. 4, 1921 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922 ; 
E 530975; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Our trees ; unison song, words and 
music by Ethel Boyce [of England] 
4to. (Novello's school songs, no. 1310) 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] [3471 
© Feb. 27, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1922; 
E 527477 ; Novello & co, ltd, London. 

Paganini (Niccolo) 1° concerto; diN. 
Paganini, op. 6, no. 1, delle opere pos- 
tume, nuova edizione riveduta coll' ag- 
giunta delle cadenze riveduta aggiunta 
delle cadenze da Francesco de Guar- 
nieri [of Italv] ; violino e pianoforte. 
(Edizione Ricordi, no. 126) [3472 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 527221 ; G. Ricordi & co, Milan. 

Painting pictures ; words by G. Kon- 
das, music by [Gus] Kondas and [H. 
A.] Hummel [of U. S.], arr. by Her- 
man Hummel. [3473 
© Dec. 26, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
1 c. Feb. 20. 1922: E 520829; Kondas 
music pub. co, Ashtabula, O. 



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no. 3. 1922 



3491 



Pai, of mine, I love you still; words 

and music by E. L. Rogers [of U. S.], 

arr. by lima Bayle [of U. S.] [3474 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531112; 

Eleonora Lena Rogers, Des Moines. 

Palmgren (Selim) Prelude; by S. 
Palmgren [of Finland, domiciled at 
Brooklyn, N. Y.] op. 78, no. 1 ; violin 
and piano. [3475 

© Feb. 24, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 531433; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

Pals ; words by E. V. Roberts, music 

by A. Leopold Richard [of U. S.] 

Chicago, Legters music co. [3476 

© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922 ; 

E 531149; Ethel V. Roberts, Cleveland. 

Papillons ; caprice, by Lora Miller Burke 
[pseud, of Charles Kunkel, of U. S.] ; 
piano. [3477 

© Dec. 28, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530715 ; Kunkel bros. music co., St. 
Louis. 

Parade march ; by A. Garland [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [3478 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529709; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Paris blues; words by Ralph B. Lowe 

and W. Astor Morgan, melody by W. 

A. Morgan [of U. S.] [3479 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; E 529470; 

Arrow music pub. co., inc., New York. 

Paris nights; waltz, by Margot Crau- 
ford [of Great Britain] ; orch. with 
piano conductor. 4to. [3480 

© Jan. 23, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 527256; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. ' [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

piano. [3481 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527079; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Parisian echoes; by Milo Harte [of 

U. S.], arr. by F. Henri Klickmann 

[of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [3482 

© Jan. 30, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 

E 530846 ; Will Rossiter, Chicago. 

Parra citarra ; versi di G. Naso, musica 

di F. Gallo [of U. S.l [3483 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529387; 

Francesco Gallo and Giuseppe Naso, 

New York. 

2606—22 6 



Partners ; two-part song, words by 
Edith Sanford Tillotson, music by 
Ira B. Wilson [of U. S.] ; treble 
voices. 4to. (School choruses) [3484 
© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529685; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Pastorale (La) provEnqalE; de H. M. 
Jacquet, transcription de H. Mouton 
[of France] ; orch. avec piano con- 
ducteur. 4to. 1. Danses profanes. 
Contents : Danse transylvane. — Danse 
des colombes. — 2. Danses sacrees des 
idoles. Contents : Danse de Bacchus. — 
Danse hindoue. — Danse africaine. 

[3485, 3486 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. each Jan. 31, 

1922; E 527007, 527011 ; Editions de la 

Sirene, Paris. [Copyright is claimed 

on transcription] 

Patria ; ouverture dramatique, de G. 
Pares, arr. de Francis Popy [of 
France] ; orch. ovec piano conducteur. 
4to. [3487 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527356; L. Philippo, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Patriotic song; by Emil Kronke [of 
Germanv] op. 126, no. 1 ; piano, 4 
hands. ' [3488 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 529596; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Paul Whiteman blues ; melody by 

Maceo Pinkard and Robert King [of 

U. S.]. arr. by M. Pinkard. [3489 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1922; E 531080; 

Skidmore music co., inc., New York. 

Pe Pa dispietto a tte! versi di A. 
Parisi, musica di R. De Luca [of 
Italy, domiciled at Brooklyn] ; mand. 
ace. 4to. [3490 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531184; Casa editrice Napoli, New 
York. 

Peacock alley; fox-trot, by Louis Sil- 
vers [of U. S.], arr. by W. C. Polla 
[pseud, of Wm. C. Powell, of U. S.] ; 
orch. with piano. 4to. [3491 

© Nov. 22, 1921 ; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1922; 
E 529636; Richmond-Robbins, inc., 
New York. 

Pearls & savages ; cycle, Papuan mel- 
odies discovered by Frank Hurley, arr. 
and composed by Emanuel Aarons [of 
Australia] ; piano. (Royal edition, 
no. 99) Contents: 1. Song of St. 
Joseph's river. — 2. War dance of the 



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3492 



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17 



Pearls & savages — Continued. 

Orakaivas. — 3. I am looking I am look- 
ing for the children of the birds. — 4. 
Chant of the Ibila tribe.— 5. The head 
hunters. [3492 

© Dec. 29, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 527202; W. H. Paling & co., ltd., 
Sydney, Australia. 

Peau daxE; poesie de Raymond Genty. 

musique de Felix Fourdrain [of 

France] [3493 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 

E 526936; Deiss et Crepin, Paris. 

Pklerins (Les) d'amour ; de P. Arezzo 

| of France] ; orch. avec piano con- 

ducteur. 4to. [3494 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527040; Pierre Arezzo, Paris. 

Pennsylvania ; words and melody by 

W. C. Thomas [of U. S.], arr. by 

Anson C. Jacobs [of U. S.] [3495 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; E 530957; 

Will C. Thomas, Franklin, Pa. 

PEPE cannELLA carofana; versi e mu- 
sica di A. Gill [M. Testa, of Italy] ; 
mand. ace. Naples, Armando Gill. 
8vo. [3496 

© Dec. 1, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1922; 
E 527350; Italian book co., New York. 

Pepita! reves et jeux, de Felix Four- 
drain [of France] ; piano. (Souve- 
nirs d'Espagne, no. 1) [3497 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Tan. 31, 1922; 
E 527023 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Perfect love ; words and music by R. 

Lowell [of U. S.l [3498 

© Jan. 24, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922; 

E 529390 ; Roland Lowell, Des Moines. 

PerroquET (Le) ; fox-trot, de Vincent 

Scotto [of France] ; piano. [3499 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 

E 526976; Smyth, Paris. [Copyright 

is claimed on arrangement] 

Petit (Le) clavecinistE; 24 pieces 
choisies, rev. par F. Motte-Lacroix 
[of France] ; piano. Lyon, Janin 
freres. (Petite bibliotheque classique) 

[3500 
© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 526957; J. Janin, Lyon, France. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision] 

Petit (Le) Schumann. See Schumann 
(Robert Alexander) 

Petite (La) dansEusE. See Goodrich 
(Florence A.) Four little studies in 
flats. 



Petite etude. See Goodrich (Florence 
A.) Four little studies in sharps. 

Petite mazurka ; by Joseph J. Mc- 
Grath [of U. S.] ; piano. [3501 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530986; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

PhrasiE; schottisch espagnole, de Clap- 

son-Jeandes [of France] ; piano. [3502 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 526978; Clapson, Paris. 

Phyllis is my only joy; words by 
Charles Sedley, music by J. Hobbs, 
arr. by Alfred Moffat [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; 3 treble voices. 4to. (Collegiate 
choir, no. 321) [3503 

© Jan. 30, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 527286; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 

Piccola suite; di Alessandro Longo [of 
Italy] op. 39, no. 3 ; per due pianoforti. 
(Edizione Ricordi, no. 327 : Sei diverti- 
mento facili, no. 3) [3504 
© Feb. 6, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 527218 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Piccola (La) Zuztr; versi di A. Me- 
notti Buia, musica di G. de Luca [of 
Italy] ; mand. ace. Naples, Vedova 
Ceccoli e figli. 8vo. [3505 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1922; 
E 527348 ; Italian book co., New York. 

PiccolE amichE; parole e musica di Ro- 
molo Corona [of Italy] ; mand. ace. 
Milan, Casa editrice musicale Pierrot. 
4to. [3506 

© Nov. 1, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526996 ; Italian book co., New York. 

Pick me up and lay me down in dear 
old Dixieland ; words and music by 
Bert Kalmar and Harry Rubv [of 
U. S.] "[3507 

© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529532 ; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder 
co., New York. 

Pickaninny lullaby ; words and mel- 
ody by W. W. Hall [of U. S.], arr. 
by Rube Bennett [of U. S.] [3508 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; E 530859; 
Wendell W. Hall, Chicago. 

PiEjESU. See Azemard (Alfred) Deux 
motets. 

PiEdigrotta Gennarelli; 1921, versi e 
musica di diversi autori [of Italy] ; 
mand. ace. Naples, Casa editrice itali- 
ana. 4to. (Cover-title: Piedigrotta 
mandolino Gennarelli 1921) [3509 



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3525 



© Nov. 1, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
A— Foreign 19047; Italian book co., 
New York. 

PiEdigrotta 1921 ; canzone napoletana, 
di diversi autori [of Italy] ; mand. ace. 
Naples, Casa editrice musicale libraria. 
4to. [3510 

© Nov. 1, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
A — Foreign 19048; Italian book co., 
New York. 

Piece (Le) de MedusE; comedie lyrique 
en un acte, paroles et musique de E. 
Satie [of France] Paris, Editions de 
la galerie Simon. [3511 

© Dec. 15, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
D 26247; Erik Satie, Arcueil, France. 

PlERSANTl PIANO AND CHROMATIC ACCOR- 
DION method ; by L. Piersanti [of 
U. S.] English and Italian text. Chi- 
cago, Lyon & Healy. [3512 
© Nov. 28, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
aff. Jan. 11, 1922; A 654193; Leo Pier- 
santi, Chicago. 

Pigeons (The) See Bax (Arnold) Five 
Irish songs. 

Piesudski ; marsz, by L. Witkowski [of 
U. S.] ; 1st violin. [3513 

© 1 c, Feb. 1, 1922; E 530818; 
Leon Witkowski, New York. 

Pinwheee (The) ; by Selim Palmgren 
[of Finland, domiciled at Brooklyn. 
N. Y.] op. 76, no. 6; piano. [3514 

© Feb. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922 ; 
E 531432 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

Pixies' (The) ballet ; by Arthur L. 
Brown [of U. S.] op. 32, no. 5 ; piano, 
4 hands. (Pixies' carnival, no. 5) 

[3515 
© Feb. 10, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922 ; 
E 529608; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Pixies' (The) gavotte; by Arthur L. 
Brown [of U. S.] op. 32, no. 9 ; piano, 
4 hands. (Pixies' carnival) [3516 

© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 529612; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Pixies' (The) good night song; by 
Arthur L. Brown [of U. S.] op. 32, 
no. 10; piano, 4 hands. (Pixies' car- 
nival, no. 10) [3517 
© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 529613; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 



Pixies (The) in the giant swing; by 
Arthur L. Brown [of U. S.] op. 32, 
no. 8; piano, 4 hands. (Pixies' car- 
nival, no. 8) [3518 
© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 529611; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Pixies (The) in the Indian vielage; 
by Arthur L. Brown [of U. S.] op. 32, 
no. 3; piano, 4 hands. (Pixies' car- 
nival, no. 3) [3519 
© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 529606; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Pixies (The) in the menagerie; by 
Arthur L. Brown [of U. S.] op. 32, 
no. 6; piano, 4 hands. (Pixies' carni- 
val, no. 6) [3520 
© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 529609; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Pixies (The) on the Midway ; by 
Arthur L. Brown [of U. S.] op. 32, 
no. 7; piano, 4 hands. (Pixies' car- 
nival, no. 7) [3521 
© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 529610; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Pixies' (The) prize song; by Arthur 
L. Brown [of U. S.] op. 32, no. 2 ; 
piano, 4 hands. (Pixies' carnival, no. 
2) [3522 

© Feb. 10. 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 529605 ; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Pixies' (The) waetz song; by Arthur 
L. Brown [of U. S.] op. 32, no. 1 ; 
piano, 4 hands. (Pixies' carnival, no. 
1) [3523 

© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 529604; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Peace (The) where East meets 
West ; words by W. W. Pefley, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[3524 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1922; E 531504; 
W. W. Pefley, Boise, Id. 

Placid pooe (Cet etang) ; English text 
by Stewart A. Trench [of France, 
domiciled at New York], French poem 
by Favart, music har. on the Minuet 
of Exaudet by Gustave Ferrari [of 
France, domiciled at New York] 
French and English texts. (In 
Twelve French ballads, no. 4) [3525 



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Placid pool — Continued. 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529218; H. W. Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on harmoniza- 
tion and English text] 

Plaint. See Grace (Harvey) Ten 
compositions. 

Plantation medley; arr. by Albert 
Harvey [pseud, of A. H. Eastman, of 
U. S.] ; 2 violins and piano. (Crescent 
edition, no. 29) [3526 

©.Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 530940; Fred Heltman co., Cleve- 
land. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Play that Song of India again; fox- 
trot, adapted from Rimsky-Korsakoff's 
theme by Paul Whiteman [of U. S.], 
arr. by Wm, Schulz [of U. S.] ; saxo- 
phone orch. Feist edition. 4to. 

[3527 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 530906; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Playful snowflakes ; polka de salon, 
by Carl Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] 
op. 453 ; piano. [3528 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529701 ; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Please Mister Birdman ; words by J. 
Martyn Walsh, music by F. M. Paine 
[of U. S.] Los Angeles, Calif., Hodg- 
don music co. [3529 

© Jan. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1922; 
E 530753; Francis Marsena Paine, 
Los Angeles. 

Please send back my wife to me, 
you've had her long Enough ; words 
and music by J. S. Grieves [of U. S.] 
New York, John S. Grieves music co. 

[3530 

© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922 ; 

E 530605 ; John S. Grieves, New York. 

PlEasE-smilE; words and music by 

Harry Richman and L. Davis [of 

U. S.] ; piano with words. [3531 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922.; E 529375; 

Lou Davis, New York. 

• Pleasure (The) waltz; by M. M. 
Forster [of U. S-] ; piano. [3532 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; E 529630; 
Moses M. Forster, Kansas City, Mo. 

PlEurs (Les) de Manon; intermezzo, 
de Ernest Gillet [of France] ; piano. 

[3533 
<c) Dec. 31. 1921; 1 c. Tan. 25, 1922; 
E 526931; Max Eschig, Paris. 



Pluie (La) See Goodrich (Florence 
A.) Four little studies in sharps. 

PolacapricE; caprice alia polacca, by 
Thomas Frederick Dunhill [of Great 
Britain] op. 61, no. 4; violin and pf. 
(Four pieces, no. 4) [3534 

© Jan. 23, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527186; Schott & co., London. 

Pollyanna ; fox trot melody, by J. 
Gibson and Harry K. Barth [of U. S.] 

[3535 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; E 529618; 
Joseph Gibson, Brooklyn. 

Polonaise; by Ludwig Lebell [of Great 

Britain] op. 11 ; violoncello and piano, 

in D minor. [3536 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 

E 527456 ; Augener, ltd., London. 

See also Chopin (Frederic Fran- 

gois) 

Polonaise americainE; by Carpenter, 
played by Lee Pattison [of U. S.] ; 
in D flat. (Ampico record music roll, 
no. 58714-H) [3537 

© Dec. 20, 1920; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 529747 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Pomegranate; by Walter Rolfe [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [3538 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529706 ; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Poor little fingers, poor little toes ; 
tiny tot educator song, words and mu- 
sic by W. A. Dillon [of U. S.] 8vo. 
(Dillon memory system) [3539 

© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 529395 ; William A. Dillon, Ithaca, 
N. Y. 

Poor little me; words and music by 

Benny Davis [of U. S.] [3540 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 

E 529335 ; Irving Berlin, inc., New 

York. 

Poppies of gold; words by May Frances 

Bruker, melody by G. L. Sohst [of 

U. S.] [3541 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1922; E 530606; 

Grace L. Sohst, San Francisco. 

Poppies red; by J. M. Baldwin [of 
U. S.] op. 67, no. 1 ; pf. Lawrence, 
Mass., Bay state music co. (Old- 
fashioned garden, no. 4) [3542 
© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 3. 1922 ; 
E 530433; R. Liversidgo, Lawrence, 
Mass. 



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no. 3, 1922 



3560 



Poppy blossoms. See Dolphin (The) 

Poppy time; words and music by H. W. 
McCausland [of U. S.] [3543 

© 1 c. Feb. 31, 1922; E 531120; 
Harold W. McCausland, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Porta reali 'neesta; versi di Carlo 
Piraino Ajello, musica di S. Cosentino 
Oliva [of Italy] ; mand. ace. Naples, 
Vedova Fragassi e figli. 4to. [3544 
© Nov. 1, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526999 ; Italian book co., New York. 

Pour uxe lete de printemps ; de Al- 
bert Roussel [of France] op. 22 ; parti- 
tion d'orch. [3545 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527048 ; Durand & cie., Paris. 

l rs violons. [3546 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527398; Durand et cie., Paris. 

Power (The) oe gold; words by J. Slat- 
tery, music by George Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [3547 

© Jan. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529143; John Slattery, New York. 

Prastkragen. See Natt-viol. 

Praise the Lord, O my soue; anthem, 
words from Psalms of David, music 
by Myles B. Foster [of Great Britain] ; 
mixed voices, organ or piano ace. 4to. 

[3548 
© Jan. 30, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527116; W. Paxton & co., ltd., 
London. 

Prayer is the soul's sincere desire; 
set to tune Wells, words by James 
Montgomery, music by E. S. Perkins 
[of U. S.] [3549 

© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531017; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

PrEGhiera; by Selim Palmgren [of Fin- 
land, domiciled at Brooklyn, N. Y.] 
op. 78, no. 7; violin and piano. [3550 
© Feb. 24, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 531437; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

Prelude. See Massau (Alfred) Suite- 
Organ recital pieces.. 



Prelude ET valse lEnte, See Delibes 
(Clement Philibert Leo) 



Premiers succes; recueil, par I. Mas- 
suelle [of France] ; piano. [3551 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526930; Massuelle, Paris. 

Presentation (La) ; par Gabriel-Marie 
[of France] 1. Violon et piano. — 2. 
Piano. [3552, 3553 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. each Jan. 16, 
1922; E 526969, 526970; Philippo, 
Paris. 

Pretty little honey Lou ; words by 
Joe Bernard, music bv Al. Bernard [of 
U. S.] [3554 

© Jan. 28, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922 ; 
E 530607 ; Joe Morris music co., New 
York. 

Pretty Suzy; fox-trot, by L. Lempers 

[of France] ; parties l ers violons et 

piano conducteur. 4to. [3555 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 

E 527358; Durand et cie., Paris. 

Priere-d'amour ; valse lente, de G. Ama- 
niera [of Italy] ; orch. avec piano con- 
ducteur. 4to. [3556 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527016; G. Amaniera, Paris. 

Priere de Sagrario; no. 5 de le drame 
lyrique Dans l'ombre de la cathedrale, 
poem de Maurice Lena et Henry Fer- 
rare d'apres Blasco Ibanez [musique 
de Georges Hue [of France] [3557 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526945; Heugel, Paris. 

Primary rhythmic exercises ; by Wil- 
son Manhier [of England] ; pf. [3558 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 526990 ; Warren & Phillips, London. 

PrtmavERA (Spring) ; waltz, by S. P. 
Fachutar [of U. S.] ; melody, with 
piano ace. [3559 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922; E 529314; 
Salvator Peter Fachutar, Aberdeen, 
Wash. 

Princess (A) oe dreams; romance, 
words by G. A. Potter, music by H. G. 
Amers [of Great Britain] [3560 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527152; Metzler & co. (1920) ltd., 
London. 



Prise de voile. 
cantiques. 



See Nouveaux (Les) 



Pro sponso et spoxsa. 
(Les) cantiques. 

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Pujc mi petku ! pochod, by Emil Stole 

[of U. S.] 4to. 1. Orch.— 2. Band. 

[3561, 3562 

© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. each Feb. 18, 

1922 ; E 529664, 529665 ; Joseph Jiran, 

Chicago. 

PurcELL (Henry) Six little variations 
on a rigadoon ; by Henry Purcell, arr. 
by Herbert Fryer [of Great Britain] 
op. 21 ; piano. [3563 

© Jan. 20, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527189; Schott & co., London. 

Puss in boots ; rag classique, by Harold 
Richard Keidel [of U. S.], arr. by 
Ernest V. Dahlquist [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[3564 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1922; E 529827; 
Harold Keidel, Minneapolis. 

PUU O HULU, AND PAU ALANI J Waltz 

medley, duet arr. by James Francis 
Roach [of U. S.] ; steel guit. Cincin- 
nati, O., Roach-Frankland. (Pleasing 
melodies for the Hawaiian steel guitar) 
(Cover-title: Waltz medley) [3565 
© Jan. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 531288; James F. Roach, Cincin- 
nati. 

Queen op the Bowery ; novelty fox-trot 

ballad, words and melody by W. Astor 

Morgan [of U. S.] [3566 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; E 529471; 

Arrow music pub. co., inc., New York. 

Queen oe the Oojah isles ; written 
and composed by R. P. Weston and 
Bert Lee [of England] ; in A flat. 
[Old and new notations] [3567 

© Jan. 23, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527142; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Quiet, Lord, my eroward heart; set to 
tune Security, words by John Newton, 
music by E. S. Perkins [of U. S.] 

[3568 
© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531031; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

Raccontini e proverbi ; versi di A. 
Trusiano, musica di C. A. Bixio [of 
Italy] ; mand. ace. Naples, Vedova 
Ceccoli e figli. 8vo. [3569 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1922; 
E 527347 ; Italian book co., New York. 

Rack-over ; one step, by Rogg Bound 

[of England], piano. La Parisienne 

edition musicale. [3570 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 

E 527362; Lorette. Paris. 



Radiant rays ; by Geo. L. Spaulding 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [3571 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530972; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Raggedy Ann ; words by Leslie Har- 
mon, music by Sidney La Porte [of 
U. S.] [3572 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530869; 
Alice Barnett Price, San Diego, Calif. 

Ragtime caveman of mine; words and 
music by Bill Bailey [of U. S.], arr. 
by Paul Behm. Toledo, O., Howard 
music co. [3573 

© Jan. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1922 ; 
E 529389; James H. Howard, To- 
ledo, O. 

Rapid (The) five; quick step, by M. J. 
Saxon [of Jugo-Slavia, domiciled at 
New York] ; banjo solo. [3574 

© Feb. 8, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529556; Michael John Saxon, New 
York. 

Real hot stuff ; words by L. Johnson, 

melody by L. Johnson [of U. S.], arr. 

by Lillian Davenport [of U. S.] [3575 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1922; E 531075; 

Lukie Johnson, New York. 

Regit d'Esteban ; de le drame lyrique 
Dans l'ombre de la cathedrale, poeme 
de Maurice Lena et Henry Ferrare 
d'apres Blasco Ibafiez, musique de 
Georges Hue [of France] no. 2. no. 
2 bis , en re. [3576,3577 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. each Jan. 25, 
1922; E 526941, 526942; Heugel, Pa- 



Recit de Manuel; no. 1 de le drame 
lyrique Dans l'ombre de la cathedrale, 
poeme de Maurice Lena et Henry 
Ferrare d'apres Blasco Ibafiez, mu- 
sique de Georges Hue [of France] 

[3578 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526940 ; Heugel, Paris. 

Recit et air de Manuel; no. 6 de le 
drame lyrique Dans l'ombre de la 
cathedrale, poeme de Maurice Lena et 
Henry Ferrare d'apres Blasco Ibafiez, 
musique de Georges Hue [of France] 

[3579 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526946; Heugel, Paris. 

Red (The) rose. See Star point songs. 



!3H 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



3, 1922 



3596 



Redowa ; Bohemian dance, by Edgar 

Leslie Bainton [of Great Britain] ; 

pf. (Two dances, no. 1) [3580 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 

E 527454; Augener, ltd., London. 

Regiment (La) d'acier; marche, de 
Emmanuel Zamor, fils [of France] ; 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

[3581 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527015 ; Zamor, fils, Montmorency, 
France. 

Regina (La) dElla primavERa; parole 

di Riccardo Cordiferro, musica di P. 

Cassia [of U. S.] [3582 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; E 529577; 

Pasquale Cassia, White Plains, N. Y. 

Rejoice and sing ; Easter service, words 
by Lizzie De Armond, music by S. B. 
Stambaugh [of U. S.] 8vo. Cincin- 
nati, O., Fillmore music house. [3583 
© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531189; Fillmore bros. co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Rejoice, give thanks and sing; words 
by Edward H. Plumptre, music by 
E. S. Perkins [of U. S.] [3584 

© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531016; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

Rejoice, rejoice, Ireland is free; words 
and music by A. Rumore [of U. S.], 
arr. by Chas. Corbeau [of U. S.] 

[3585 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529426; 
Anthony Rumore, Easton, Pa. 

Rejoice! the Saviour lives; Easter an- 
them, words from 'the Bible, music by 
Joseph Fletcher [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices, piano or organ, ace. 4to. [3586 
© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 530810; Wm. A. Pond & co., New 
York. 

Remember ; words and melody by A. 
Sater [of U. S.] [3587 

© lc. Jan. 31, 1922; E 529180; Alex. 
Sater, New York. 

Remember what you promised me; 
words bv N. Farmakis, music by 
George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [3588 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529286 ; Nick Farmakis, Water- 
loo, la. 

Requiescat. Sec Gray and gold. 



Resurgam. Sec Grace (Harvey) Ten 
compositions. 

Resurrection (The) and the uee; 
Easter cantata, text from the Bible 
and Hymnal and by Frederick H. Mar- 
tens, music by R. Spaulding Stoughton 
[of U. S.J ; four-part chorus of mixed 
voices, with soli and organ ace. 4to. 

[3589 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 

E 531052 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Retrospect ; intermezzo, by George E. 

Dunn [of Great Britain] ; piano. [3590 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; 

E 527433 ; Cecil Lennox & co., London. 

Reuben and Rachel ; danse grotesque, 
bv R. S. Morrison [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[3591 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530981 ; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Revel of the wood nymphs; by J. 
Frank Frysinger [of U. S.] op. 193, 
no. 1 ; piano. [3592 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529712; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Reverend (The) Mr. SpoonEr ; unison 
song, poem bv Gershom Penfold, music 
by Felix White [of Great Britain] ; 
school voices. 4to. [3593 

© Tan. 25, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 527436: J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

REVERIE. See Grace (Harvey) Ten 
compositions. — 2 e sonate. 

Reverie au clair de lune (Moonlight 
dream) ; de C. Fietter, arr. par F. 
Salabert [of France] ; violon avec ace. 
de cordes, harpe ou piano, avec con- 
ducteur. 4to. (Collection des chefs 
d'ouvre pour les petits orchestres, no. 
85) [3594 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527353 ; Francis Salabert. Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Revival melodies ; by various authors 
[of U. S.] 12mo. "Special edition for 
the world-wide revival. [3595 

© Dec. 19, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
aff. Feb. 4, 1922; A 653751; Nazarene 
pub. house, Kansas City, Mo. 

Reviver (The) march; by Louis Vitak 
[of U. S.] ; concertina. (Popular and 
standard music for concertina, no. 
2512) [3596 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529765; Georgi & Vitak music co., 
Chicago. 



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3597 



pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



4to. 1. Orch. with piano. — 2. 

Band. [3597, 3598 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. each Feb. 21, 
1922; E 529770, 529774; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 

Rhyme (A) of over-seas ; unison song, 
words and music by Ethel Boyce [of 
England] 4to. (Novello's school songs, 
no. 1313) [Staff and tonic sol-fa no- 
tations] [3599 
© Feb. 27, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1922; 
E 527475 ; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Right (The) kind oe boy; from Babes 
in the wood, written by George Ar- 
thurs, music by R. Penso [of Eng- 
land] ; in F. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] [3600 

© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922 ; 
E 527149; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Ring dang ding dang doo; words by 
Elmer Hughes [pseud, of Thos. J. 
Hughes], music bv Robert King [of 
U. S.] [3601 

© Feb. 18, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1922; 
E 529635 ; Skidmore music co., inc., 
New York. 

River (The) ; two-part song, words by 
Mary Christine Fisher, music by 
Eduardo Marzo [of U. S.] ; treble 
voices. (Fischer edition, choruses in 
octavo form, no. 5105) [3602 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529457; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

River (The) of eove's young dream ; 
words by S. Potts, music by Geo. 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [3603 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529276; Samuel Potts, Toronto, 
Canada. 

River (The) Roe; tune. See Winding 
(The) banks of Erne. 

Robin Goodfeeeow : danse petite, by L. 
Leslie Loth [of U. S.] ; piano. [3604 
© Feb. 15, 192-2; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529697 ; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Rock of Israee ; a Bathkol prayer for 
Israel's restoration to the promised 
lands, words and music by H. Ben- 
mosche [of U. S.] [3605 

© Feb. 13, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531171; Herman Benmosche, 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 



Rocking (A) -hymn; words by George 
Wither, music by James Lyon [of 
Great Britain] ; 2 women's voices. 
4to. (Edwin Ashdown's series of 
vocal duets, second series, no. 87) 

[3606 
© Jan. 26, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 526984; Edwin Ashdown, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Rode (Pierre) Twelve etudes ; by P. 
Rode, ed. by Leopold Lichtenberg [of 
U. S.] ; violin. (Schirmer's library 
of musical classics, v. 1433) [3607 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 531125; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing] 

Romance; by Berta Josephine Hecker 
[of Great Britain, domiciled at Elgin, 
111.] ; violin and piano. [3608 

© Feb. 14. 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531207; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

by Ernest Austin [of England] ; 

pf. [3609 

© Dec. 19, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527130; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

by Johan S. Svendsen [of Norway] 

op. 26, ed. by Albert Sammons [of 
England] ; violin and piano. [3610 

© Jan. 23, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527191 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

RomancE-pastoraeE ; by Thomas Fred- 
erick Dunhill [of Great Britain] op. 
61, no. 3; violin and pf. (Four pieces, 
no. 3) [3611 

© Jan. 23, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527185 ; Schott & co., London. 

Romance sans paroles ; de Felix Four- 
drain [of France] ; violon et piano. 
(6 petites pieces faciles, no. 5) [3612 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527030; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Romantic (A) meeody ; by Albert W r . 
Ketelbey [of England] ; pf. [3613 

© Jan. 9. 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527098; A. Hammond & co., Lon- 
don. 

Romanza; in 1st position, by Rose 
Eversole [of U. S.] ; violin and piano.' 

[3614 
© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922 ; 
• E 530982; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 



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no. 3, 1922 



3630 



Romakza (La) dei due baci; versi di 

Riccardo Cordiferro, musica di P. 

Cassia [of U. S.l [3615 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530925; 

Pasquale Cassia, White Plains, N. Y. 

Romberg (Sigmund) Waltzes; from 
Blossom time, adapted by S. Romberg 
[of U. S.] on melodies by Franz 
Schubert and Heinrich Berte [of 
U. S.] ; piano. New York, Leo Feist, 
inc. [3616 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 
E 529346 ; Karczag pub. co., inc., New 
York. 



sen- 



Ronde Lorraine. See Godard ' C 
jamin Louis Paul) Jeanne d'Arc. 

Rondeau. See Tears are her beads. 

See Bourne 



Rondeau in B 
(The) album. 



MINOR. 



Rondel : poem by A. C. Swinburne, mu- 
sic by Gerrard Williams [of Great 
Britainl [3617 

© Feb. 16, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1922; 
E 527481; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Rondo. See Sunshine (A) holiday. 

Roof garden rose ; by W. Goldsmith [of 
L T . S.] ; melodv with piano ace. 

[3618 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922: E 529199; 
Willard Goldsmith, New York. 

Rory O'MorE; set to air Good omens, 
words by Samuel Lover, music arr. 
by Herbert Hughes [of Ireland] 
(Historical songs and ballads of Ire- 
land) [3619 
© Jan. 27, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527162; Metzler & co., (1920) ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Rosa ; words by Lew Brown, music by 
Jack Egan [of U. S.] [3620 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; E 530815; 
Broadway music -corp., New York. 

Rosalie ; a fox-trot ballad, words and 
music by M. S. Levine [of U. S.] 

[3621 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922; E 529194; 
Morton S. Levine, Baltimore. 

words by S. A. Fitzgerald, music 

by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [3622 
© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529823 ; S. A. Fitzgerald, San An- 
tonio. 



Rose; fox-trot, by Biese, played by Syl- 
vester and Jensen [of U. S.] ; in A 
flat. (Ampico record music roll, no. 
58813-F) [3623 

© Dec. 20, 1920; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 529726 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright .is claimed on inter- 
pretation] 

Rose (The) oe an hour; waltz, words 
by Percv Edgar, music by Harry Scott 
[of U. S.], arr. by Chas. E. Roat, with 
violin obbl. [3624 

© Feb. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1922 ; 
E 529846; Chas. E. Roat music co., 
Battle Creek. 

Rose (The) tree (Le rosier) ; poem by 
De Leyre, English text by Stewart A. 
Trench [of France, domiciled at New 
York], music by Jean Jacques Rous- 
seau, har. by Gustave Ferrari [of 
France, domiciled at New York] Eng- 
lish and French texts. {In Twelve 
French ballads, no. 9) [3625 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529223 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on harmoniza- 
tion and English text] 

Rosemary; words by J. Dare, music by 

Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 

World music pub. corp. [3626 

© Feb. 25, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 

E 529944; Jean Dare, S. Bend, Ind. 

Roses for you ; words by H. O. Banta, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[3627 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 

E 531147; H. O. Banta, Greeley, Col. 

-words by Nina Moore Jamieson, 

music bv Edwin J. Pull [of Canada] ; 
in F. [3628 

© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1922 ; 
E 531426; New music publishers, ltd., 
Toronto, Canada. 

RosiE O'Day ; words and melody by 
D. A. Sarli [of U. S.] ; violin or voice. 

[3629 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922.; E 530932; 
Domenico A. Sarli, St. Louis. 

Rossi (Lorenzo de) Sei sonate ; per 
cembalo, di L. de Rossi, edizione rive- 
duta, corretta e trascritta da Raffaele 
Tenaglia [of Italy] ; piano. (Edizione 
Ricordi, no. 300)" [3630 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 527233; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 



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3631 



pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



Round the farm ; set of easy pieces, by 
Nellie Weatherill [of Australia] ; piano. 
(Imperial edition, no. 250) [3631 

© Dec. 7, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527126; Allan & co, pty., ltd., Mel- 
bourne, Australia. 

Royal air force march past ; by Wal- 
ford Davies [of Great Britain] ; band. 
4to. (Boosey's march journal, no. 353) 

[3632 
© Dec. 23, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 527241 ; Boosey & co., London. 

Royal (The) arch orpheus ; a selec- 
tion of musical settings for the ritual 
of the General grand chapter, Royal 
arch Masons, U. S. A., words and 
music composed and arr. by P. B. 
EYersden [of U. S.] 4to. [3633 

© Jan. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922 ; 
E 530658; Percy B. EYersden, St. 
Louis. 

Royal Charlie; tune. See Wind (The) 
that shakes the barley. 

Ruban (Le) de la promise; poesie de 
Ludovic Leblanc, musique trans, d'apres 
un vieil air normand par H. Biisser 
[of France] (Melodies et duos, no. 4) 

[3634 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527033 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 

RufEnrEddy ; by Roy Bargy in collabora- 
tion with Charley" Straight [of U. S.] ; 
piano. (Roy Bargy piano syncopa- 
tions, no. 5) [3635 
© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529503 ; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Rushes (The) See Vignettes. 

Russian dance; by Rudolf Friml, op. 
83, no. 4, arr. by Andre Maquarre [of 
U. S.] ; orch., with piano ace. (Gal- 
axy, no. 203) [3636 
© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 531073 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Russian folk-song; by Klemm-Schutt, 
arr. by Adolf Schmid [of U. S.] ; orch., 
with piano-conductor. (Galaxy, no. 
204) [3637 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 531071 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Russian national hymn; arr. by 
Harry J. Clarke [of U, S.] ; written 
in musical notation and diagram, for 
Hawaiian guit. [3638 



© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922 ; 
E 530784; Wm. J. Smith music co., 
inc., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Russian romance; cavatina, by August 
Nolck [of Germany] op. 196, no. 6 ; 
violin and pf . (In Greetings from afar, 
bk. 2, Schmidt's educational series, no. 
158 a-b) [3639 

© Feb. 14, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 529656; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Rustling winds; perpetual motion, by- 
August Nolck [of Germany] op. 196, 
no. 8 ; violin and pf. (In Greetings 
from afar, bk. 2, Schmidt's educational 
series, no. 158 a-b) [3640 

© Feb. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922 ; 
E 529658; Arthur P. Schmidt co. y 
Boston. 

Rythmes espagnols; paseo, de Raoul 
Laparra, trans, par Marcel Avy [of 
France] ; harmonie ou fanfare. 4to. 

[3641 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527018; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris, 

[Copyright is claimed on transcription] 

Sad moon of falling LEAF; words by- 
Charles O. Roos, music by Thurlow 
Lieurance [of U. S.] 1. Low voice. — 
2. High voice. [3642, 3643 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. each Feb. 10, 
1922; E 530987, 530988; Theo. Presser 
co., Philadelphia. 

Sad (A) story; unison song, words 
anon., music by George Rathbone [of 
England] 4to. (School music re- 
view, Feb. 1, 1922) [3644 
© Tan. 30, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527087 ; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Sadness; poem from A lute of jade, 
collected by Confucius, tr. by L. 
Cramer-Byng [i. e. L. Cranmer-Byng], 
music by J. Bertram Fox [of U. S.] ; 
high or medium voice. [3645 

© Feb. 7, 1922-, 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529461; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

See also Moods. — Moods of a mind. 

Safely through another week ; hymn 
anthem, words bv John Newton, music 
by Walter Howe Jones [of U. S.] I 
mixed voices. 4to. (Theo. Presser 
co. hymn anthem for mixed voices) 

[3646 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530997; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 



242 



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no. 3, 1922 



366G 



SagessE; poeme de Paul Verlaine, mu- 
sique de Charles Tournemire [of 
France] op. 34. Lyon, Janin freres. 

[3647 
© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 526961 ; J. Janin, Lyon, France. 

Sahara kiss; words by A. Eneiros, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[3648 
© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529791 ; Aram Eneiros, Los An- 
geles. 

Saint Mary's college song ; words and 
music by Sisters of the holy cross [of 
U. S.] [3649 

© Feb. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1922 ; 
E 529847 ; Saint Mary's college, Notre 
Dame, Ind. 

Sal-o-may (Salome) ; fox trot, lyric 
by Bartley Costello, music by Robert 
Stolz, op. 355 [arr. by Domenico Sa- 
vino, of U. S.] [3650 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1922; 
E 530320 ; Edward B. Marks music 
co., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Saloon ; mock ballad, by Roland E. 
Llab, scored by Geo. J. Trinkaus [of 
U. S.] ; vocal orch. in G, with words. 
4to. " [3651 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 530882; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

Sarabande; no. 2 de la Suite d'orchestre 
en si bemol, trans, par l'auteur F. 
Wael-Munk [of France] 1. Hautbois 
d'amour ou hautbois ou violon et piano 
ou harpe. — 2. Piano. [3652, 3653 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. each Jan. 31, 
1922; E 527053, 52/055 ; Evette et 
Schaeffer, Paris. [Copyright is 
claimed on transcription] 

See also Massau (Alfred) Suite. — 

Sunshine (A) holiday. 

Satisfied ; words and music by E. 

Freeland [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters 

music co. [3654 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 

E 531148; Ernest Freeland, Casey, 111. 

Saviour again to Thy dear name we 
raise; chorus, words by J. Ellerton, 
music by Bert F. Couper [of Canada] ; 
mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. [3655 
© Jan. 27, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922 ; 
E 527085 ; Anglo-Canadian music co., 
Toronto, Canada. 



Say Persianna say; oriental fox-trot, 
by Willy White [of U. S.], arr. by 
Lee Terry [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[3656 

© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 

E 529248 ; Fred Fisher, inc., New 

York. [Copyright is claimed on new 

arrangement] 

Say yes to God ; words by C. L. Ben- 
nett, music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[3657 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 531155; Clara L. Bennett, Tremont 
City, O. 

Scarf dance. See Chaminade (Cecile 
Louise Stephanie) 

Scene et pas df deux pigeons. See 
Messager (Andre) Suite. 

Scene religiEusF. See Massenet 
(Jules Smile Frederic) 

Scenes that are brightest; from the 
opera Maritana, arr. by Harry J. 
Clarke [of U. S.] ; written in musical 
notation and diagram, for Hawaiian 
guit. [3658 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 530777 ; Wm. J. Smith music co., 
inc., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Scherzetto; piece breve, de Roger 
Branga [of France] ; piano. [3659 

© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922 ; 
E 527370 ; Durand et cie., Paris. 

Scherzo. See Grace (Harvey) Ten 
compositions. 

Scherzo gavotte; by Van Den man 
Thompson [of U. S.] op. 3, no. 2; 
pf., 4 hands. (Four romantic pieces, 
no. 2) [3660 

© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 529601; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Scherzo-valse. See Gounod (Charles 
Frangois) 

Schirmfr's (G.) Easter carol an- 
nual; no. 14. 4to. ' (G. S. 8vo 
choruses, no. 6962) Contents : Soft 
and sweet the bells are ringing ; words 
by Eliza M. Sherman, music by Carl 
Deis [of U. S.].— The Easter flower; 
words bv Phillips Brooks, music by 
Ralph Kinder [of U. S.].— The three 
days; words and music by Frederick 
T. Llewellyn [of U. S.I.— He is risen; 
words by Cecil F. Alexander, music 



24; 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTKIES 



3661 



pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



Schirmer's (G.) Easter carol an- 
nual — Continued. 

by J. F. Ohl [of U. S.].— God hath sent 
His angels, words by P. Brooks, music 
by J. F. Ohl. [3661 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 531050; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Schottisch (La) espagnolE; parodie, 
one step sur les motifs de la chanson 
de Rodor et Scotto, musique de Vin- 
cent Scotto [of France] ; piano. 

[3662 
© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 526975; Smyth, Paris. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement] 

Schubert (Franz Peter) Schubert's 
Unfinished symphony; 1st movement, 
arr. by Landon Ronald and Ernest 
Austin [of England] ; piano. [3663 

© Dec. 19, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527129; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

second movement, arr. by Lan- 
don Ronald and Ernest Austin [of 
Great Britain] ; pf. [3664 
© Jan. 6, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526982; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

See also Intermezzo-serenade — Song 

of love. 

Schubert's Unfinished symphony. 
See Schubert (Franz Peter) 

Schumann (Robert Alexander) Le 
petit Schumann ; 24 pieces choisies, rev. 
par F. Motte-Lacroix [of France] ; 
piano. Lyon, Janin freres. (Petite 
bibliotheque classique) [3665 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922 ; 
E 526955 ; J. Janin, Lyon, France. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision] 

-Schumann's Traumerei; arr. by 

Harry J. Clarke [of U. S.] ; written 
in musical notation and diagram, for 
Hawaiian guit. [3666 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 530774; Wm. J. Smith music co., 
inc., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Traumerei (Reverie) ; by R. Schu- 
mann, ed., fingered, and phrased by H. 
Eisenberg [of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 
Half hour edition, first series. New 
York, Edward B. Marks music co. 

[3667 



© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531194; Harold Eisenberg, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing, phrasing, and fingering] 

Schumann's Traumerei. See Schu- 
mann (Robert Alexander) 

Sea breath ; words by Mary MacMillan, 
music by Joseph W. Clokey [of U. S.] 

[3668 
© Feb. 23, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 531439; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

Sea (The) siren; words by C. F. 
Stonitsch, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [3669 

© Feb. 25, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 529953; C. F. Stonitsch, Saranac 
Lake, N. Y. 

Secret (Le) devoile; ouverture, de H. 

Mouton [of France] ; orch. avec piano 

conducteur. 4to. [3670 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 

E 527355 ; Deiss et Crepin, Paris. 

Seki. See Album of six songs. 

Send eor me; words by Norman Bor- 
oughs, music by H. M. Bernstein [of 
U. S.], arr. by Vera Elliott [of U. S.] 

[3671 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922; E 530838; 
Harry M. Bernstein, Los Angeles. 

Sentimiento; de Manuel Infante [of 
Spain] ; 2 pianos. (Danses andalouses, 
no. 2) Editions litteraires et musicales. 

[3672 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527365 ; A. Z. Mathot, Paris. 

Serenade; four-part song, words by 
Henry W. Longfellow, music by Frank 
E. Sawver, rev. bv Norman Wilber 
[pseud, of H. L. Harts, of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Secular part-songs, 
no. 5009) [3673 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 530687 ; White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision] 

words by Goethe, music by J. W. 

Black [of U. S.] ; men's voices. 4to. 
(Part-songs and church music, no. 53) 

[3674 
© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529675 ; John William Black, Rich- 
mond Hill, N. Y. 

See also Chaminade (Cecile Louise 

Stephanie) — Heart strings. 



244 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 3, 1922 



3695 



Serenade basque ; by Thomas Frederick 
Dunhill [of Great Britain] op. 61 ; no. 1 ; 
violin and piano. (Four pieces, no. 1) 

[3675 
© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922 ; 
E 527183 ; Schott & co., London. 

Shack (The) on the Ohio; words by 
J. F. Abplanalp, music by Geo. J. Mc- 
Coy [of U. S.] (Eureka series) [3676 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 530875 ; Eureka music pub. co., 
Pittsburgh. 

Shadow; lyric and music by F. Shackle- 
ford [of U. S.], arr. by Wm. Schulz 
[of U. S.] [3677 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528924; Forrest Shackleford, New 
York. 

Shanghai blues ; words by Frank Phe- 

lan and Marcel Klauber, melody by 

J. Geisler [of U. S.] [3678 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531122; 

Joseph Geisler, New York. 

She asked him to buy a sidecar; writ- 
ten and composed by Will Hyde [of 
Great Britain] [Old and new nota- 
tions] [3679 
© Feb. 13, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; 
E 527432 ; Duncan's, London. 

She done me wrong ; words and music 
by S. N. Nevin [of U. S.] [3680 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529380; 
Samuel Neal Nevin, Cincinnati. 

She is ear from the land; set to air 
Fosguil an dorus, words by Thomas 
Moore, arr. by Herbert Hughes [of 
Ireland] ; in D flat. (Historical songs 
and ballads of Ireland) [3681 

© Jan. 27, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922 ; 
E 527160; Metzler & ,co. (1920) ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

She said Promenade avec moi ? I said 
Oui, oui, oui ; Avritten and composed 
by R. P. Weston and Bert Lee [of 
England] ; in F. [Staff and tonic sol- 
fa notations] [3682 
© Jan. 23, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527137; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

She whom I love best; words by Poggy 
(A. J. S. S.), music by A. Leopold 
Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters 
music co. [3683 

© Dec. 19, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 
E 530950; Poggy (A. J. S. S.), Free- 
town, Sierra Leone. 



Sheik (A) has nothing on me; words 

and music by E. L. Rogers [of U. S.], 

arr. by Alonzo Leach [of U. S.] [3684 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531108; 

Eleonora Lena Rogers, Des Moines. 

Shepherd (The) boy's earewell to 
his flock; by Chas. D. Blake, rev. by 
H. L. Harts [of U. S.] ; piano. [3685 
© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922 ; 
E 530693; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Shepherd (The) boy's song; words by 
John Bunyan, music by James Lyon 
[of Great Britain] op. 78, no. 2; 
women's voices. 4to. (Edwin Ash- 
down's series of vocal duets, second 
series, no. 88) [3686 

© Jan. 26, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 526985 ; Edwin Ashdown, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Shepherds' dance; by Edward German 
[of England] 1. Basso. — 2. Violon- 
celle. — 3. Viola. — 4. Violino secondo. — 
5. Violino primo. [3687-3691 

© Jan. 30, 1922; 1 c. each Feb. 1, 
1922; E 527090-527094; Novello & 
co., ltd., London. 

humoresque, by Arnoldo Sartorio 

[of Germany] op. 537 ; piano, 4 hands. 
(Modern piano duets) [3692 

© Feb. 14, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 529622; B. F. Wood music co., Bos- 
ton. 

Shepherd's (The) evening song; 
morceau brillante, by Chas. D. Blake, 
op. 76, rev. by H. L. Harts [of U. S.] ; 
piano, 4 hands, in F. (W'hite-Smith 
piano duets, series 1) [3693 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530695; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision] 

Shepherd's hey; English morris dance 
tune, collected by Cecil J. Sharp, set 
by Percy Aldridge Grainger, arr. bv 
Otto Langey [of U. S.] ; orch. with 
piano ace. (British folk-music set- 
tings, no. 16: Miscellany, no. 110) 

[3694 
© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E r 531072; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Shepherd's (A) song; words by Mar- 
lowe, music by Joseph A. Michel [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. (Supple- 
mentary music for schools, no. 77) 

[3695 



245 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



3696 



pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



Shepherd's (A) song — Continued. 

© Feb. 14, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 529662 ; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

Sheppard (Ernest H.) Finale; by 
E. H. Sheppard [of U. S.] ; organ. 

[3696 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530973; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Shine- for Jesus; words by Anna Ag- 
new Roberts, music by Joseph G. 
Johnson [of U. S.] [3697 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 
E 529864 ; Edwin H. Bookmyer, Phil- 
adelphia. 

Ship o' drEa,ms ; words by W. F. Laugh - 
lin, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [3698 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529781; W. F. Laughlin, Vicks- 
burg, Miss. 

Ships that pass in the night; words 
by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 
melody bv Herbert Bedford [of Great 
Britain] [3699 

© Tan. 6, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526983 ; Goodwin & Tabb, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Should a woman tell? musical recita- 
tion, words by William Wallace, mu- 
sic by Herbert Townsend [of Great 
Britain] (Musical monologues, no. 
245) [3700 

© Dec. 16, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 527276; Reynolds & co., London. 

Shrine of liberty ; march, by F. Jewell 

[of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [3701 

© Tan. 28, 1922; 2 c. Tan. 28, 1922; 

E 530612 ; Fred Jewell, Oskaloosa, la. 

Shuffling Sammy's ragtime shoE- 
SHiNE ball ; words by Murry Harris, 
music by F. Ernesto [of Great Brit- 
ain, domiciled at Chicago], arr. by 
Casper Nathan [of U. S.] [3702 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1922; E 531078; 
Fred Ernesto, Chicago. 

Shut in with God; words and music 

by W. Grum [of U. S.] [3703 

© Dec. 1, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1921 ; 

E 529551; William Grum, Camden, 

N.J. 

Si putESSE parla; versi di Pacifko 
Vento, musica di F. Albano [of 
Italy] ; mand. ace. 4to. [3704 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922;. 
E 531178; Casa editrice Napoli, New 
York. 



Sighing swain ; waltz, by Geo. L. Spaul- 
ding [of U. S.] ; piano. [3705 

© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922 ; 
E 530971; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Signora (La) dei sospiri ; versi di A. 
Trusiano, musica di C. A. Bixio [of 
Italy] ; mand. ace. Naples, Vedova 
Ceccoli e figli. 8vo. [3706 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1922; 
E 527349 ; Italian book co., New York. 

Silent, O Moyle; the song of Fion- 
nuala, set to air Arrah, my dear Eve- 
leen, words by Thomas Moore, music 
arr. by Herbert Hughes [of Ireland] ; 
in A minor. Historical songs and bal- 
lads of Ireland) [3707 
© Jan. 27, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527167; Metzler & co. (1920) ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Silhouette ; by Thomas Frederick Dun- 
hill [of Great Britain] op. 61, no. 2 ; 
violin and pf. (Four pieces, no. 2) 

[3708 
© Jan. 23, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527184; Schott & co., London. . 

Silhouettes ; from The lady of the rose, 
words by Harry Graham, music by 
Jean Gilbert [of England] [3709 

© Dec. 19, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527131 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Silvery (The) chimes of nature, from 
the Rockies ; words by J. H. Wilson, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [3710 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529427; 
John H. Wilson, Springfield, Mo. 

Simple Simon; school song, words tra- 
ditional, music by Joseph Speaight [of 
Great Britain] ; two treble voices. 4to. 

[3711 
© Jan. 25, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 527435; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Sing that song with feeling, but 
keep your hands away from me; 
words by Al. T. Schoelwer, music by 
Ed. H. Schoelwer [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, 111., Albany, N. Y., etc., E. and 
A. Schoelwer. [3712 

© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 529536; Ed. H. Schoelwer, Cin- 
cinnati. 



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3730 



Singing (The) pilgrim ; words and 
music bv W. M. Runvan [of U. S.] 

[3713 
© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 531088; William M. Runyan, 
Wichita. 

Singing to baby ; by Frances Terry [of 

U. S.] ; piano. (First pieces for little 

fingers) [3714 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 

E. 531055 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Sir Humphrey's ghost ; humorous song, 
ravings by Martyn Herbert, noise by 
Herberte Jordan [of Great Britain] 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] [3715 
© Jan. 24, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922 ; 
E 527269; Reynolds & co., London. 

Sixty-ninth psalm; music by Vernon 
Hughes [of U. S.] ; male quartet. 4to. 

[3716 

© Feb. 9, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 

E 531045 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Skandinavisk ; impression breve, de 
Roger Branga [of France] ; piano. 

[3717 
© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922 ; 
E 527368; Durand et cie., Paris. 

Skylark waltz. See Fox (Sam) popu- 
lar standard waltz folio. 

Sleepy-heads; fox-trot, words and 
music by J. Ord Hamilton [of Great 
Britain] [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] [3718 
© Feb. 23, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; 
E 527413; Lawrence Wright music co., 
London. 

Sleepy (A) little village where the 
Dixie cotton grows ; words by Edgar 
Leslie, music bv Pete Wendling [of 
U. S.] ■ [3719 

© Jan. 31, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 530809; Stark & Cowan, inc., New 
York. 

Slipova ; by Roy Bargy [of U. S.] ; 
piano. (Roy Bargy piano svncopa- 
tions, no. 1) [3720 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529501; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Slumber-song ; by A. Gretchaninov, 
transcribed by Sascha Jacobsen [of 
Russia, domiciled at New York] ; vio- 
lin and piano. [3721 
© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 531069 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcription] 



words by Ethel Roads, music by 

Helen MacDonald [of U. S.] ; medium 
voice. [3722 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 531084; MacDonald & Roads, Potts- 
ville, Pa. 

Slumber with tender lullaby (Dor- 
mez done, mes cheres amours) ; words 
and music by Amedee de Beauplan, 
English text by Stewart A. Trench, 
har. by Gustave Ferrari [of France, 
domiciled at New York] English and 
French texts. (In Twelve French bal- 
lads, no. 7) [3723 
© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529221 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on harmoniza- 
tion and English textl 

Slumberland, sweet land of chil- 
drt a n's dreams; words by Frederick 
Owen, music by Olive Turner [of Eng- 
land] ; in G. [Staff and tonic sol-fa 
notations] [3724 

© Jan. 18, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 527300 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Small (The) town blues; words by 
L. H. Workman, music by Virgil El- 
mer Rayburn [of U. S.] [3725 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922; E 530848; 
Lloyd Harlan Workman, Gallipolis, O. 

Smile all the w htt.f.: words by— M 
Dun, music by f Leopo l d R icfrardY f o f 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 



© Feb. 4, 
E 531156; 
Canada. 



1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 
M. Arian Dun, 




Smile girls, smile ; words by P. Lane, 
music by George Graff, jr. "[of U. S. 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[3727 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 

E 529281 ; Pearl Lane, Gt. Falls, Mont. 

Smile little girl, for me; words by 

Frank Lynn, melody by Harrv Barris 

[of U. S.] ' [3728 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922; E 529325; 

Columbine music pub. co., Denver. 

Smile your blues away ; ballad fox- 
trot, words and melody by C. A. 
DuBois, jr. [of U. S.] [3729 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; E 531169; 
Charles A. DuBois, jr., Los Angeles. 

Smilin' pace; words by C. J. Schwart, 

melody bv Ray Ross Frampton [pseud. 

of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [3730 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531106; 

Clara J. Schwart, Washington C. H., O. 



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Smiling all the while ; one step or 

fox-trot, words and music by Max 

Vandyck [of Great Britain] [3731 

© Feb. 10, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; 

E 527430 ; Cecil Lennox & co., London. 

So I'm on my way back to dear old 

Georgia; words and music by E. 

Askins [of U. S.] [3732 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530835; 

Edward Askins, Boston. 

Soft and sweet the bells are ring- 
ing. See Schirmer's (G.) Easter 
carol annual. 

Soir (Un) d'aout, apres l'ondee; 

poesie de Gaston Guillot, musique de 

E. Rey-Andreu [of France] [3733 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922 ; 

E 526963 ; Ch. Hayet, Paris. 

Soir d'ete ; pensee musicale, de B.-M. 
Colomer [of France] ; piano. Lyon, 
Janin freres. (Six pieces intimes, no. 
6) [3734 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922 ; 
E 526959; J. Janin, Lyon, France. 

Soir paien ; poesie de Albert Samain, 

musique de Alfred Casella [of Italy] 

Edition A. Z. Mathot. [3735 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 

E 527388; A. Z. Mathot, Paris. 

Sol y sombra ; paso doble, pasa calle 

Andalous, de Harry Morrison [of 

France] ; piano. [3736 

© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922 ; 

E 526965 ; Philippo, Paris. 

Solitary (The) palm tree. See Coral 
island. 

Some day ; words by Ada M. Low, mu- 
sic by R. L. McCusker [of U. S.] 

[3737 
© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530959; Robert L. McCusker, Ba- 
yonne, N. J. 

Some day in December; words by K. 
G. Stilwell, music by Harry Tillman 
[of U. S.] New York, Authors & 
composers service co. [3738 

© Feb. 14, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 529573; Kathryn Greer, Stilwell, 
Salt Lake City. 

Someday sweetheart; words and mu- 
sic by John C. Spikes, rev. by Harold 
Weeks [of U. S.] Seattle, Melody 
shop. [3739 

© Jan. 18, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922 ; 
E 530806; Harold Weeks, Seattle. 
[Copyright is claimed on new matter] 



Someone; fox trot, by Romo Falk, F. 
Heltman and Edmund Fischer [of 
U. S.] ; orch. with piano. 4to. [3740 
© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 529379; Fred Heltman co., Cleve- 
land. 

words and music by Romo Falk, 

Fred Heltman and Edmund Fischer 
[of U. S.l [3741 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 52932.1; Fred Heltman co., Cleve- 
land. 

words by F. C. Abbott, music by 

Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [3742 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529792 ; Frank C. Abbott, Atlanta. 

Someone ELSE will do; words by Ed 
Dav, melodv by Al. Powell [of U. S.] 

[3743 
© 1 c. Feb. 2. 1922; E 529196; 
Alice G. Powell, Brooklyn. 

Someone's always soaking me; words 
by V. R. Bry. music bv Geo. Graff, 
jr. [of U. S.] New York, World mu- 
sic pub. corp. [3744 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529268; Viola Rose Bry, Big Piney, 
Wy. 

Sometime bye and bye; words by F. W. 
Wood, music by George Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [3745 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529278; Frederick W. Wood, So. 
Portland, Me. 

Sometimes a ijght surprises; set to 
tune Madison square, words by Wil- 
liam Cowper, music by E. S. Perkins 
[of U. S.] [3746 

© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531037; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

Somewhere; words by J. D. Oulton, 
music bv Edouard Hesselberg [of 
U. S.] " [3747 

© Dec. 7, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530737; John D. Oulton, Piermont, 
N. H. 

Somewhere in Italy ; lyric by Geo. C. 
Ross, music bv Eleanor Young and 
H. D. Squires" [of U. S.] Philadel- 
phia, Pa., Frankford music store. [3748 
© Dec. 3, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1921 ; 
E 531281; Harrv D. Squires, New 
York. 



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no. 3, 1922 



3765 



Sonata no. 32. 
wig van) 



See Beethoven (Lud- 



Sonata in. See Bach (Johann Sebas- 
tian) 

Song (A), dear heart; words by B. C. 
Bryner, music by A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[3749 

© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922 ; 

E 531140; B. C. Bryner, Peoria, 111. 

Song (A) for thee. See Third album 
of songs. 

Song (The) never sung, the story 
never told; words by J. H. Young, 
music by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[3750 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529282; John H. Young, Roan- 
oke, Va. 

Song oe love; waltz, from Blossom time, 
adapted from melodies of Franz Schu- 
bert artd Heinrich Berte, by Sigmund 
Romburg [of U. S.], arr. by Wm. 
Schulz [of U. S.] ; saxophone orch. 
4to. New York, Leo Feist, inc. [3751 
© Feb. 9, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530966 ; Karczag pub. co., inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Song of St. Joseph's river. See Pearls 
& savages. 

Song (A) of sumimer; by Albert W. 

Ketelbey [of England] ; pf. [3752 

© Jan. 9, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 

E 527097 ; A. Hammond & co., London. 

Song (A) of the heart; waltz, words 
by Geo. R. Medcalf, music by Helen 
A. Keppert and Geo. W. Redmon [of 
U. S.] [3753 

© Feb. 17, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 
E 531412; Big hit music pub. co., 
Tacoma. 

Song (A) of the hills; by M. H. Jen- 
ney [of U. S.] ; piano. [3754 

© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; E 530849; 
Alary Hall Jenney, Pasadena. 

Song service number two for initia- 
tory work ; bv C. B. Jennings [of 
U. S.] Howard City, Mich., C. B. Jen- 
nings music co. [3755 
© Nov. 17, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 530949 ; Carrie Baxter Jennings, 
Howard City, Mich. 
2606—22 7 



Songe d'automnE; by Vernon Lloyd [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., Bay 
state music co. [3756 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530427 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Sorrtso; polka, by D. Montano [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [3757 

© Mar. 1, 1922; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1922; 

E 531600; Donato Montano, Brooklyn. 

Sortilege; poesie de Gaston Pichot, 

musique de M. T. Bonhomme [of 

France] op. 67. [3758 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527066; M. T. Bonhomme, Paris. 

Soudanese (La) ; by Ralph C. Jackson 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [3759 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529491 ; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

South Sea sweetheart; from Pins and 

needles, words by Irving Caesar, music 

by Maurice Yvain [of France] [3760 

' © Feb. 17, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1922; 

E 529668 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

Southern moon ; valse, by Rollo De 
Freyne, arr. by Dan Godfrey [of Great 
Britain] ; full military band. (In Chap- 
pell's army journal, no. 493) [3761 
© Jan. 26, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 527211 ; Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Souvenir ; by Franz Drdla, ed., fingered, 
and phrased by H. Eisenberg [of U. S.] ; 
violin and piano. Half hour edition, 
first series. New York, Edward B. 
Marks music co. [3762 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531195; Harold Eisenberg, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing, phrasing, and fingering] 

— transcribed by Carlo Tonelli 

[of Great Britain] ; piano. [3763 

© Feb. 9, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 529663 ; B. F. Wood music co., Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

par Walter Behrens [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; piano. Paris, J. Hamelle. [3764 
© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922 ; 
E 527400 ; W. Behrens, Paris. 

Souvenir de Naples ; de N. Gervasio 
[of France] ; violon solo et quintette 
a cordes. Avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

[3765 



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Souvenir de Naples — Continued. 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527039; Paul Decourcelle, Nice, 
France. 

Souvenir de Prague; by J. G. Riha [of 
U. S.] ; violin and piano. [3766 

© 1 c. Feb. 16," 1922; E 529581; 
Joseph G. Riha, Chicago. 

Souvenirs de Moscou ; de Felix Four- 
drain [of France] ; violon et piano. 
(6 petites pieces faciles, no. 2) 

[3767 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527027 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Sowing the SEEd; words by Guy C. 

Ellis, music by E. Blanchard [of 

U. S.] [3768 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 529516; 

Eugene Blanchard, Piedmont, Calif. 

Spanish eyes; by A. W. Rizzo [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [3769 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1922; E 529320; 
Andrew Wm. Rizzo, Chicago. « 

Spanish love; one-step, from Broad- 
way brevities, by Gershwin, played by 
Vincent Youmans [of U. S.] ; in D 
flat. (Ampico record music roll, no. 
58653-F) [3770 

© Nov. 20, 1920 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 529734; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Spanish serenade; by William Wol- 
stenholme [of Great Britain] ; pf. 
National institute edition of the works 
of British blind composers. [3771 

© Feb. 16, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1922; 
E 527468 ; Ryalls & Jones, ltd., Birken- 
head, England. 

chorus, words from a free tr. by 

Alfred Solano and music founded on a 
Mexican air, by F. Stevenson [of 
Great Britain, domiciled at Pasadena, 
Calif.] op. 83 ; men's voices with 
incidental sop. obbl., violoncello, or- 
gan or 2nd piano, and piano ace. 
Pasadena, Calif., Wilford music co. 
4to. [3772 

© Jan. 21, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1922; 
E 529834 ; Frederick Stevenson, Pasa- 
dena. 

Spanish (A) serenade; by Van Den- 
man Thompson [of U. S.] op. 3, no. 
4; pf., 4 hands. (Four romantic 
pieces, no. 4) [3773 

© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922;. 
E 529603 ; B. F. Wood music co., Bos- 
ton. 



Sparks; musical sketch, words and mu- 
sic by A. Younger Craig [of Scotland, 
domiciled at Los Angeles, Calif.] 

[3774 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; D 26249; 
H. D. Mack, Richmond, Ind. 

Spinning (The) top; by Gustav Klemm 
[of U. S.j, pf. Lawrence, Mass., Bay 
state music co. [3775 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530432 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Spirit (A) haunts the year's last 
hours ; words by Alfred Tennyson, 
music by George R. Boyle [of Great 
Britain, domiciled at Baltimore] 

[3776 
© Feb. 14, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531208 ; Composers' music corp., 
New York. 

Spring. See Four (The) seasons. 

Spring birds (Uccelli di primavera) ; 
mazurka, by Joseph Gioe [of Italy, 
domiciled at New York] ; piano. New 
York. Eden music pub. co. [3777 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 529586; Joseph Palazzolo, New 
York. 

Spring longing ; tr. from the Chinese by 
Moon Kwan, music by Charles Wake- 
field Cadman [of U. S.] op. 72, no. 
2 ; in C. [3778 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 529392; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Spring song; by Benjamin Lambord 
[of U. S.l op. 13, no. 1 ; piano. (Two 
descriptive pieces, no. 1) [3779 

© Jan. 4, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1922; 
E 530765 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Springtime pleasures; by J. E. Rob- 
erts [of U. S.] ; piano. " [3780 
© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529695; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Star (The); Hebrew melody, by 
Byron-Lermontofr, English adaptation 
by Cecil Cowdrey and S i g m u n d 
Spaeth, music by Lazar S. Weiner [of 
Russia, domiciled at New York] op. 
2, no. 1 ; high or medium voice. [3781 
© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 531065 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 



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no. 3, 1922 



3799 



Star dust; words by Mrs. F. D. Lang- 
ton, melody by F. D. Langton [of 
U. S.], arr. by Louie Eilerts and Jack 
Gifford [of U. S.] [3782 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1922; E 529848; 
F. D. Langton, San Francisco. 

Star (The) of love; words and music 
by J. E. Smith [of U. S.] [3783 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1922 ; E 529423 ; Janet 
S. Smith, Tunbridge, Vt. 

Star point songs ; words and music by 
Otis Mills Garrington [of U. S.] 
4to. Contents : The violet ; after 
Ada. — The yellow jasmine ; after 
Ruth. — The white lily; after Esther. — 
The red rose ; after Electa. [3784 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 529184; Myers & Carrington, Red- 
wood City, Calif. 

Star-spangled (The) banner; with 
the all-American melody, words by 
Francis Scott Key, music by J. C. Car- 
roll [of U. S.] 4to. [3785 
© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 530917; Joseph Christopher Carroll, 
New York. 

State street blues ; a rounder's lament, 
words and melodv by Babe Thompson 
and S. Williams [of U. S.], arr. by 
Qualli Clark [of U. S.] [3786 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1922; E 529959; 
Spencer Williams, New York. 

Stealing; fox-trot, by Dan Sullivan [of 
U. S.], arr. by Wm. Schulz [of U. S.] ; 
saxophone orch. Feist edition. 4to. 

[3787 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 

E 530900; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Stealing o'er the golden west; lullaby, 
Alsacian melody arr. by Alfred Moffat 
[of Great Britain] ; 3 treble voices. 
4to. ( Collegiate choir, no. 346) [3788 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 527284; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 

Stephano's song; from Shakespeare's 
Tempest, music by Felix White [of 
Great Britain] Curwen edition. [3789 
© Jan. 30, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 527439; J. Curwen & sons., ltd., 
London. 

Stonehurst hymn tunes ; words by 
various authors, music by E. S. Per- 
kins [of U. S.] 4to. [3790 
© Dec. 15, 1921 ; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
8, 1921; A 654606; Emily S. Perkins, 
New York. 



Stork (The) and the skylark; trio, 
poem by Andre Alexandre, tr. by John 
Alan Haughton, music by Felix Four- 
drain, arr. by Howard Barlow [of 
U. S.] ; women's voices. 4to. (G. Ri- 
cordi & co.'s collection of part-songs 
and choruses, no. 241) [3791 

© Jan. 27, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 530677 ; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. 

Storm. See Harris (Cuthbert) Two 
sea pictures. 

Strana ; one-step, versi e musica di Er- 
nesto Girgenti [of Italy] ; mand. ace. 
Milan, Casa editrice musicale Pierrot. 
4to. [3792 

© Nov. 1, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526997 ; Italian book co., New York. 

Strathspey; by Edgar Leslie Bainton 

[of Great Britain] ; pf. (Two dances, 

no. 2) [3793 

© Feb. 3, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 24. 1922 ; 

E 527455 ; Augener, ltd., London. 

Streams (The) oe eate; tr. from the 
Chinese by Moon Kwan, music bv 
Charles Wakefield Cadman [of U. S."] 
op. 72, no. 3 ; in E minor. [3794 

© Jan. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922 ; 
E 529393 ; White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. 

Studio in forma di valzer ; di Alessan- 
dro Longo [of Italy] op. 39, no. 4 ; per 
due pianoforti. (Edizione Ricordi, no. 
328 : Sei divertimenti facili, no. 4) 

[3795 
© Feb. 6, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 527217; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Stumbling ; melodv, bv Zez Conf rev 
[i. e. E. E. Confrew, of U. S.] [3796 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922: E 529198; 
Edward Elzear Confrey, New York. 

Same. [3797 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1922; E 529680; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Suite pittoresquE; de Rene Brancour [of 
France] op. 85 ; hautbois ou violon et 
piano. Contents: 1. Idylle d'automne. — ■ 
2. Elegie bretonne. — 3. Habanera. [3798 
© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527077; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Sum Dum Guy ; words and melodv bv 

Cliff Ulrich and Burt Hamilton" [of 

U. S.], arr. by Burt Hamilton. T3799 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1922; E 529305; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 



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Summer song; by R. G. Hailing [of 

Great Britain] ; organ. [3800 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 

E 529232 ; H. W. Gray co. New York. 

Sundown; lyric by H. Francisco, music 

by R. Braine [of U. S.] [3801 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531119; 

Robert Braine and Hale Francisco, 

New York. 

■ words by B. L. Talbot, music by 

F. Pitts Grant [of U. S.] op. 25 ; me- 
dium voice. Meridian, Miss., Grant 
pub. co. [3802 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531215; Frances P. Grant, Meridian, 
Miss. 

Sunny sunbeam ; from Pins and nee- 
dles, words by Ballard Macdonald and 
Joe Goodwin, music bv James F. Han- 
ley [of U. S.l [3803 
© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529479; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Sunset in Cairns. Sec Haigh (T.) 
Six Australian sketches. 

Sunshine capers; by Roy Bargy [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Roy Bargy piano syn- 
copations, no. 3) [3804 
© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529500; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Sunshine (A) holiday; six graceful 
pieces, by Phoebe M. B. Johnson [of 
England] ; pf. (Academic edition, 
no. 665) Contents : 1. Marc h. — 2. 
Ball dance. — 3. Gavotte . — 4. Sara- 
bande.— 5. Valse.— 6. Rondo. [3805 

© Jan. 9, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527102; A. Hammond & co., Lon- 
don. 

Sur l'Eau ; Sheherazade, poesie de 
Tristan Klingsor, musique de Sylvio 
Lazzari [of France] (Melodies, no. 
5) [3806 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526924; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Sur un air DE shimmy; shimmy fox 
trot, de Rene Mercier [of Francel ; 
piano. [3807 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 526968 ; Marcel Labbe, Paris. 
Suzzana ; waltz, lyric by Benny Davis, 
music by Archie Gottler [of U. S.] 

[3808 
© Feb. 8, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 529570; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 



Sve srdce chces me dati ; valcik, words 

and music by E. Stole, arr. by A. Grill 

[of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [3809 

© Feb. 8, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 

E 529508 ; Joseph Jiran, Chicago. 

Swanee River moon ; waltz, by H. Pit- 
man Clarke [of U. S-], arr. by Wm. 
Schulz [of U. S.] ; saxophone orch. 
with piano ace. ad lib. 4to. (Feist 
edition, no. 1023-S) [3810 

© Jan. 26, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922; 
E 530664 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Swanee rivErman; words and melody 
by P. Boutelje [of U. S.] [3811 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529397; 
Phil Boutelje, New York. 

Sweet airs op 1 melodies ; words by W. 
J. Forichette, music by George Graff, 
jr. [of U. S.] New York, World mu- 
sic pub. corp. [3812 
© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529142 ; Wm. J. Forichette, Minne- 
apolis. 

SwEET chiming bells ; words by J. T. 

Peterson, music by Ray Hibbeler [of 

U. S.l [3813 

© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1922; E 529956; 

John T. Peterson, Chicago. 

Sweet content ; words by L. K. Henke, 
music by Edouard Hesselberg [of 
U. S.] [3814 

© Dec. 7, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530736; Lee K. Henke, Lake Mills, 
Wis. 

Sweet daddy, you'll wish you had me 
back again ; words and music by 
Harry J. Reed [of U. S.] [3815 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531212 ; Reed music co., Memphis, 
Tenn. 

Sweet lady ; fox-trot, from Tangerine, 
bv Frank Crumit and Dave Zoob [of 
U. S.L arr. by Wm. Schulz [of 
U. S.] ; saxophone orch. with piano 
ace. ad lib. 4to. (Feist edition, no. 
1010-S) [3816 

© Jan. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922 ; 
E 530665 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Sweet memory girl ; words by E. 

Harris, music by Luther A. Clark [of 

U. S.l [3817 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922; E 529355; 

Elizabeth Harris, St. Clairsville, O. 



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3836 



Sweet Molly asthorE; ballad, words 
by William Harold Martin, music by- 
Herbert Ralph Ward [of U. S.] New 
York, E. T. Paull music co. [3818 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 530885; Edward T. Paull, New 
York. 

Sweet petals from roseland; words 

bv J. E. Phelps, jr., music bv E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3819 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529422; 

John E. Phelps, jr., So. Hero, Vt. 

Sweet Rosa ; bv C. A. Siep [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [3820 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; E 529410; 
Charles Anthony Siep, St. Paul. 

Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we go; 
set to tune Jesu mitis, words by Fred- 
erick W. Faber, music by E. S. Per- 
kins [of U. S.] [3821 
© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531027; Emily S. Perkins, New- 
York. 

SwEET seventeen- ; lyrics by Hal. .E. 

Christy, music by O. Motzan [of 

U. S.] [3822 

© Feb. 25, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1922; 

E 531409; Otto Motzan, New York. 

Sweetest (The) girl in town ; words 
and music by P. Picerno [of U. S.], 
arr. by Henry G. Peters [of U. S.] 

[3823 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1922; E 531044; 
Pasquale Picerno, Buffalo. 

Sweetest (The) thoughts are never 
told ; words and music bv E. R. Edson 
[of U. S.], arr. bv Mathew Albert 
Howard [of U. S.] [Photostat] 

[3824 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; E 529482; 
Elmer Rockw^ood Edson, Seattle. 

Sweetheart ; fox trot, by Benny Davis 
and Arnold Johnson [of U. S.], arr. 
by Wm. Schulz [of U. S.] ; saxo- 
phone orch. with piano ace. 4to. 
(Feist edition, no. 997-S) [3825 

© Jan. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922 ; 
E 530667; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Sweethearts; words by E. Hopewell, 
music by A. Leopold Richard [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Legters music co. 

[3826 
© Feb. 4. 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 531163; Elizabeth Hopewell, St. 
Bernice, Ind. 



Sweetie pie; words by H. A. M. [i. e. 
H. A. Miller], music by Geo. Graff, 
jr. [of U. S.] New York, World mu- 
sic pub. corp. [3827 
© Feb. 25, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 529952 ; H. A. Miller, Kansas City, 
Mo. 

Swing along with me; words and mel- 
ody by N. J. Vause and R. Duryea [of 
U. S.] [3828 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529383; 
Norman J. Vause and Robert Duryea, 
Brooklyn. 

Syncopate, Miss Mandy ; words by 
Sophie Tucker and Clarence J. Marks, 
music by Jack Stern and Norah Lee 
Haymond [of U. S.] [3829 

© Jan. 24, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 529128 ; Ben Schwartz music co., 
inc., New York. 

T'amERO t'amERo ; canzona, melodia di 

D. Savino [of U. S.] [3830 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1922; E 530915; 

Domenico Savino, New York. 

Tackle it; boys' chorus, four-part song, 
words bv Edith Sanford Tillotson, mu- 
sic by Ira B. Wilson [of U. S.] 4to. 
(School choruses) [3831 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529684; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Tagliapietra (Gino) 40 studii di per- 

fezionamento ; di G. Tagliapietra [of 

'Italy] ; piano. l a serie, no. 1-20. 

(Edizione Ricordi, no. 196) [3832 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 

E 527234 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Taiti ; de Harold de Bozi [of France] : 
piano. [3833 

© Dec. 22, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 526967; Louis Aerts, Paris. 

Take away these no-work blues; 
words by R. J. Heinfeldt, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [3834 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1922; E 531511; 

R. J. Heinfeldt, Monroeville, Ind. 

Take me back to dreamland; lyrics 
by Frank Phelan and Marcel Klauber, 
melody by J. Geisler [of U. S.] 

[3835 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922; E 529333; 
Joseph Geisler, New York. 

Take me back to my home sweet 
home; words by O. M. Phillips, mu- 
sic by Luther A. Clark [of U. S.] 

[3836 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; E 529575; 
Orpha May Phillips, Toledo, O. 



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3837 



pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



Take me back to my mother; words 

by A. J. Stiebritz, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [3837 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1922; E 531509; 

Arthur J. Stiebritz, Medford, N. J. 

Take me, O my Father, take me: set 
to tune Peterson, words by Ray Pal- 
mer, music by E. S. Perkins [of 
U. S.] (Stonehurst hymn tunes) 

[3838 
© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531022; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

Take me on a Buick honeymoon ; 
words by Ben Black, music by Art 
Hickman [of U. S.] [3839 

© Feb. 9, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529832; Howard Automobile co., 
Los Angeles. 

Take off your hat to Mayor CurlEy ; 
words and music by A. M. Keliher 
[of U. S.] [3840 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 531282; Annie M. Keliher, So. 
Boston. 

Taeahassee twine; words and melody 
by T. Delaney [of U. S.], arr. by 
Benton Overstrett [of U. S.] ; 1st vio- 
lin ace. [3841 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922; E 529200; 
Tom Delaney, Baltimore. 

Tam O'Shanter ; overture, by Learmont 
Drysdale [of England] ; orch., full sc. 
London, Stainer & Bell, ltd. Carnegie 
collection of British music. [3842 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1922; 
E 527158; Janey C. Drysdale, Peeble- 
shire, Scotland. 

Tambourin ; no. 5 de la Suite d'orchestre 
en si bemol, trans, par l'auteur F. 
Wael-Munk [of France] 1. Violon et 
piano.— 2. Piano. [3843, 3844 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. each Jan. 31, 
1922; E 527067, 527068; Evette et 
Schaeffer, Paris. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Tambouritza ; by Heller Nicholls [of 
Great Britain] op. 20; piano, 4 hands. 
(Modern piano duets) [3845 

© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 529599; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 



TancrEdi. See Rossini (Gioacchino 
Antonio) 



Tardi si fa ; from Faust, arr. by Harry 
J. Clarke [of U. S.] ; written in musi- 
cal notation and diagram, for Ha- 
waiian guit. [3846 
© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922 ; 
E 530285; Wm. J. Smith music co., 
inc., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Tarenteixe; piece breve, par Roger 
Branga [of France] ; piano. [3847 

© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922 ; 
E 527390 ; Durand et cie., Paris. 

Te Deum ; [words from the Prayer 
Book], music by T. Frederick H. Cand- 
lyn [of U. S.] ; mixed voices, organ. 
4to. (Church music review, no. 641) 

[3848 

© Jan. 28, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 

E 530622 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Te Deum [and] Jubilate chant: music 
by N. Ponsonby [of England] op. 2, 
no. 1 ; boys' voices, organ ace, in B 
flat. London, Novello & co., ltd. 4to. 

[3849 
© Feb. 28, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1922; 
E 527479; Noel Ponsonby, Ely, Eng- 
land. 

Te Deum in A feat; by Reginald W. 
Martin [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Theo. Presser co. church for mixed 
voices) [3850 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530999; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Te Deum in F ; music by George Tomp- 
kins [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Theo. Presser co. church music for 
mixed voices) [3851 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529689; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Teach me how to todb-eE;. lyric and 
music by S. F. Louchheim [of U. S.] 
[Photostat] [3852 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531123; Stu- 
art Fleisher Louchheim, Philadelphia. 

Tears ; fox-trot, by Leon Straten [of 
England] ; violin and piano. [3853 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527375 ; R. Furnari, Paris. 

poem from A lute of jade, by Wang 

Seng-Ju, tr. by L. Cramer-Byng [i.- e. 
L. Cranmer-Byng], music by J. Ber- 
tram Fox [of U. S.] ; high or medium 
voice. [3854 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11. 1922; 
E 529460 ; J. Fischer & bro., New York. 



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no. 3, 1922 



3872 



Tears are her beads ; rondeau, words 
by F. Wyville Home, music by Ger- 
rard Williams [of Great Britain] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. [3855 

© Jan. 3, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 527206; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Technique (The) and art oe organ 
playing; by Clarence Dickinson [of 
U. S.] with collaboration of H. A. 
Dickinson. [3856 

© Jan. 16, 1922; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
17, 1922; A 653566; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Tecnica (La) ; v. 3, razionale e pro- 
gressiva del violoncellista, esposta da 
Luigi Forino [of Italv] (Edizione Ri- 
cordi, no. 170). [3857 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 527237 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Tecnica (La) dee vtolino (La tech- 
nique du violon) ; opera composta in 
collaborazione dai seguenti professori 
dei Cqnservatorii di musica italiani, 
M. Anzoletti, M. Corti ed altri [of 
Italy] (Edizione Ricordi 151-153: U. 
V. I. pt. 3, fasc. 1-3) [3858-3860 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 1 c. each Feb. 8, 
1922; E 527226-527228; G. Ricordi & 
co., Milan. 

Ted Lewis and his jazz band; words 
and music by A. E. Williams [of U. S.], 
arr. by F. Henri Klickmann [of U. S.] ; 
in E flat. [3861 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530928; 
Arthur E. Williams, Gary, Ind. 

Tee-pEE beues ; an Indian chief's lament, 
fox trot, words and music by Roy 
Bargy, Roger Lewis, and Ernie Erd- 
man [of U. S.], arr. by Frank E. Barry 
[of U. S.] ; orch. Fei'st edition. 4to. 

[3862 

© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 

E 529561 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Te-'eah, my dream gire on the Nile; 
words bv H. E. Towne, melody by 
H. E. Towne and L. E. Smith [of 
U. S.] [3863 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1922; E 529296; 
Louis E. Smith and Herbert E. Towne, 
Washington. 

Tell me why you cry ; words by B. K. 

Doran, music by Edw. J. Delanev [of 

U. S.] [3864 

© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1922; E 530621; 

Bob K. Doran, Attica, N. Y. 



Tema con variazioni; di Alessandro 
Longo [of Italy] op. 39, no. 6 ; due 
piano forti. (Edizione Ricordi, no. 
330: Sei divertimenti facili, no. 6) 

[3865 
© Feb. 6, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 527220; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Tempo di gavotta ; di Alessandro Longo 
[of Italy] op. 39, no. 2 ; per due 
piano forti. (Edizione Ricordi, no. 
326 : Sei divertimenti facili, no. 2) 

[3866 
© Feb. 6, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 527216; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Tempo di valsE; by Christian Schafer 
[of Great Britain] op. 99, no. 1 ; 
piano. (Trois valses lentes, no. 1) 

[3867 
© Feb. 2, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922 ; 
E 527451 ; Augener, ltd., London. 

Ten little fingers and ten little 
toes ; fox trot, by Pease and Nelson, 
played by Clarence Jones, ed. by Mc- 
Nair Ilgenfritz [of U. S.] (Recordo, 
no. 65990) [Music roll] [3868 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 531477; Recordo player roll co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

Ten little fingers and ten little 
toes down in Tennessee; fox trot, 

by Ira Schuster and Ed G. Nelson 
[of U. S.], arr. by O. Sciacca [of 
U. S.] ; band. Feist edition. 4to. 

[3869 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 

E 530902 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

TerEsiTa ; Spanish dance, by August 
Nolck [of Germany] op. 196, no. 7 ; 
violin and pf. (In Greetings from 
afar, bk. 2. Schmidt's educational se- 
ries, no. 158 a-b) [3870 
© Feb. 14, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 529657; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Territorials (The) ; grand vocal 
march, words by Boyle Lawrence, mu- 
sic by Herman Darewski [of Eng- 
land] [3871 
© Jan. 25, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 527304 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

T'ftloh (A) (A prayer) ; words by A. 
Reisin, English tr. by D. L. Sprung, 
music by A. W. Binder [of U. S.] 
Yiddish and English text. [3872 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1922; 
E 529837; Jos. P. Katz, New York. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



Thank God the drums are silent; 

words by Gordon Johnstone, music bv 

Turner Layton [of U. S-] [3873 

© Jan. 26. 1922; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922; 

E 530673; Harms, inc., New York. 

Thanks be to God; Easter anthem, 
words from the Bible, music by Paul 
Ambrose [of U. S.] op. 45 ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Theo. Presser co. 
Easter anthems) [3874 

© Feb. 4. 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 10. 1922 ; 
E 530996; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

That beautiful lingering tune; 

words and melody by A. R. Grant [of 

U. S.] [3875 

© 1 c. Feb. 16. 1922: E 529582; 

Arthur R. Grant, New York. 

That da-da-da-da strain; words by 

Mamie Dowell. m e 1 o d v bv T. E. 

Dowell [of U. S.] ; in G. ' [3876 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1922; E 529295; 

J. Edgar Dowell, New York. 

That pace to face again; fox trot 
song, words by Jack Holt and Joe 
Gerber, music by Harold Dixon [of 
U. S.l St. Louis. Mo., Holtgerber 
music co. [3877 

© Feb. 4. 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 530930 ; Holt & Gerber, St. Louis. 

That Indianapolis glide; words by R. 
Bunn. music bv A. Leopold Richard 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Legters music 
co. [3878 

© Feb. 4. 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14. 1922; 
E 531133; Raymond Bunn, Washing- 
ton. 

That little word is yes ; waltz song, 

words and melodv bv R. C. Bates [of 

U. S.] [3879 

© 1 c. Feb, 3, 1922; E 530863; 

Robert Charles Bates, Chicago. 

That's why I love you: words by W. 
H. De Wolf, music by A. Leopold 
Richard [of U.S.] Chicago, Legters 
music co. [3880 

© Feb. 4, 1922 : 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922 ; 
E 531145: W. H. De Wolf, Wheaton, 
111. 

That summer in loyeland with you; 

words and melody bv T. W. Lott [of 

U. S.l [3881 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; E 531419; 

Theodore W. Lott, Brooklvn. 



That Swanee River melody ; from 

Frank Fay's fables, words and music 

by Clarence Gaskill [of U. S.] [3882 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 

E 529593 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

That was before I was married; 
words by B. Gorman, melody by E. 
Gorman [of U. S.]. arr. bv Harrv 
Alford [of U. S.] ; in D. [3883 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; E 529856; 
Billy Gorman and Eddie Gorman, 
Chicago. 

That wedding ring; words by N. M. 
Reed, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [3884 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529266; Nellie Mae Reed, Racine, 
Wis. 

That wonderful girl of my dreams; 
words by L. Kagerbauer, music by 
Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [3885 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529794 ; Lawrence Kagerbauer, Mil- 
waukee. 

That wonderful Italian mother of 
mine; words bv S. Levatino, music bv 
Edouard Hesselberg [of U. S.] [3886 
©_Dec. 17, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 30. 1922: 
E 530722; Samuel Levatino, New 
Haven. 

Theme et variations. See Messager 
(Andre) Suite. 

Then you'll remember me; arr. bv 
Harry J. Clarke [of U. S.] ; written 
in musical notation and diagram, for 
Hawaiian guit. [3887 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 530795 ; Wm. J. Smith music co., 
inc., New York. 

There'll come a day: waltz, words by 

Paul Fisher and R. Pellegrino, melodv 

by R. Pellegrino [of Italy] [3888 

© 1 c. Nov. 28, 1921; E 529240; 

Rosario Pellegrino. Dannemora, N. Y. 

There's a wild Irish rose now grow- 
ing in the garden of liberty; words 
by G. Moriarty, music by Norrie Ber- 
nard [of U. S."] New York, Lenox co. 

[3889 
© Dec. 25, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 
E 529364; George Moriartv, New 
York. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 3, 1922 



I90f 



There's no more navy for mine; words 

bv P. Bostic, melody by Eugene Platz- 

man [of U. S.] [3890 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; E 529183; 

Paul Bostic, New York. 

These flow'rs she gave to me; words 
by W. Eiff, music by Gordon M. New- 
ham [of U. S.] [3891 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; E 529472; 
William Eiff, Louisville. 

TheseE; overture, by J. B. Lulli, ed. and 
arr. by Adam Carse [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; 5 strings and piano conductor. 
(Amateur orchestra, no. 1) [3892 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527172; Joseph Williams, ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

They all play together. See Nursery 
(The) band. 

They may need me; words by C. States, 

music bv E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] ' [3893 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922: E 531228; 

Charles States, Brooklyn. 

They say browx eyes are real eyes, 
but I'll take blue; words by V. W. 
McDonald, music by Edouard Hessel- 
berg [of U. S.l [3894 

© Dec. 21, 1921 ; 2 c. Tan. 30, 1922; 
E 530745: Verna Wolman McDonald, 
Minneapolis. 

They took our eabe away; words by 
M. B. Case, music bv E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3895 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529419; 
M. Beatrice Case, Littleton, Mass. 

Thinking ; words and melodv bv P. R. 
Butler [of U. S.] ' [3896 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; E 531428; 
P. R. Butler, Union Point, Ga. 

Third album of songs ; music by Fred- 
erick Nicholls [of England] ; high 
voice. Contents : The moors of Derry- 
nane ; words by C. A. Renshaw. — 
Meadowsweet ; words by Frederick 
Nicholls. — To a subtile singer ; words 
by Sophie M. Nares. — A song for thee ; 
words by Sophie M. Nares. — Earth 
rapture; words by Frederick Nicholls. 
(Cover-title : Third song album) [3897 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527196; Joseph Henry Larway, 
London. 



This is THE day; anthem, words and 
music by William Baines [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices, with organ ace. 4to. 
(Theo. Presser co. hymn anthem for 
mixed voices) [3898 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530992; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

This Yankee girl o' mine; words by 
W. Baines, music bv E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.l [3899 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529438; 
W. Barnes, Manchester, N. H. 

Those eternal bowers ; set to tune 
Damascus, words by John of Damas- 
cus, tr. bv John M. Neale, music bv 
E. S. Perkins [of U. S.] [3900 

© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8. 1922; 
E 531024; Emilv S. Perkins, New 
York. 

Those youthful blues ; words by M. J. 
Ballard, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [3901 

© Feb. 20. 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529789; Martha J. Ballard, Mobile. 

Thou art the way ; set to tune Lane, 
words by George Washington Doane., 
music bv E. S. Perkins [of U. S.] 

[3902 
© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531006; Emilv S. Perkins, New 
York. 

Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace; 
anthem, words from Bible, music by 
C. F. Waters [of Great Britain] : 
mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. (York 
series, no. 800) [3903 

© Tan. 30. 1922; 1 c. Tan. 31, 1922; 
E 527119; Banks & son, York, Eng- 
land. 

Thoughts ; words bv Haviland Wessells, 
music by George H. Gartlan [of U. S.l. 
1. High voice. — 2. Low voice. [3904 
© Feb. 17. 1922; 1 c. each Feb. 21, 
1922; E 529679; Hinds, Hayden & 
Eldredge, inc., New York. 

Thousand (A) nights. See Desert 
of dreams. 

Three American beauties; words by 

H. G. Heissler, melodv bv Raymond 

A. Browne [of U. S.] [3905 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; E 531427; 

H. G. Heissler, Louisville. 

Tfiree (The) days. See Schirmer's 
(G.) Easter carol annual. 



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3906 



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Three (The) knights; four-part song, 
words by Arthur Cleveland, music by 
Edward German [of England] ; male 
voices. 4to. (Orpheus, new series, 
no. 576) [3906 

© Jan. 30, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527088; Novello & co., ltd, Lon- 
don. 

Three women went forth ; Easter 
anthem, words anon, music by H. A. 
Matthews [of Great Britain, domiciled 
at Germantown, Pa.] ; mixed voices. 
(Composers' publication society octavo 
church music, no. 12) [3907 

© Feb. 5, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529315; H. Alexander Matthews, 
Germantown, Pa. 

Thriee (The) o' you ; by Frederick W. 
Vanderpool, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus 
[of U. S.] ; vocal orch. in F. 4to. 

[3908 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 

E 530883; M. Witmark & sons, New 

York. [Copyright is claimed on new 

arrangement] 

Thy goae; ballad, words and music by 

J. Q. Dixon [of U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y, 

Sovereign pub. co. [3909 

© Feb. 13, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 

E 529485 ; Jas. Qallan Dixon, Buffalo. 

Tide (The) rises, the tide faees ; 
part-song, words by Longfellow, music 
by Adam Carse [of England] ; men's 
voices. 4to. (Orpheus, new series, 
no. 577) [3910 

© Feb. 27, 1922; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1922; 
E 527472 ; Novello & co, ltd, London. 

TidEEESS (The) sea; words by Robert 

Nelson, music by Lauri Bowen [of 

Great Britain] ; in C. [3911 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 

E 526995 ; Reeder & Walsh, London. 

Tiee you come back to ME; words by 
L. L. Cuison, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3912 
.© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529416; 
Lino L. Cuison, Oteen, N. C. 

Times are different now; Saxon's 
favorite melody, by M. J. Saxon [of 
Jugo-Slavia, domiciled at New York] ; 
banjo duet. [3913 

© Feb. 8, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529557; Michael John Saxon, New 
York. 



Tinkle (The) town fair; words by 
Art Turner [pseud, of Annabel Tur- 



ner], music by C. Zimmerman [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, sc. [3914 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1922; E 529640; 
Annabel Turner and Charles Zimmer- 
man, Philadelphia. 

Tired of me; waltz, by Donaldson,, 
played by Herbert Clair [of U. S.], 
assisted by H. S. ; in D flat. (Ampico 
record music roll, no. 58663-F) 

[3915 
© Nov. 20, 1920; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 529713 ; American piano co. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Tiroe ; de E. Fuchs [of France] op. 27 ; 
piano. (Impressions de voyage, no. 
1,2) [3916,3917 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. each Jan. 31, 
1922; E 527041, 527042; Costallat et 
cie, Paris. 

Tis a wonderful story; words by E. 

E. Hewitt, music by G. F. Rosche [of 

U. S.] [3918 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922; 

E 529553 ; Geo. F. Rosche, Chicago. 

To a feowER ; four-part song, words 
anon, music by J. W. Black [of 
U. S.] ; ladies' voices. 4to. (Part 
songs and church music, no. 51) 

[3919 
© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529673 ; John William Black, Rich- 
mond Hill, N. Y. 

To a subtiee singer. See Third album 
of songs. 

To his roses ; words by Elsie Juillerat, 
music by G. Vargas [of U. S.] ; high 
voice. [3920 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 
E 531061; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

To eivE from eovE away (Vivre loin de 
ses amours) ; English text by Stewart 
A. Trench [of France, domiciled at 
New York], music by Boieldieu, har. 
by Gustave Ferrari [of France, domi- 
ciled at New York] English and 
French texts. {In Twelve French 
ballads, no. 10) [3921 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529224 ; H. W. Gray co. New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on harmoniza- 
tion and English text] 

To music; words by Robert Herrick, 
music by James Lyon [of Great Brit- 
ain] op. 78, no. 3 ; women's voices. 
4to. (Edwin Ashdown's series of 



258 



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3,19, 



3943 



vocal duets, second series, no. 89) 

[3922 
© Jan. 26, 1922; 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 526986; Edwin Ashdown, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

To tell you all; bv Henry Geehl, arr. 
by M. Ast [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 
New York, Edward Schuberth & co. 

[3923 

© Jan. 30, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 529210; Gould & Bolttler, London. 

| Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

To the attack ; by Emil Kronke [of 
Germany] op. 126, no. 2 ; piano, 4 
hands. [3924 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 529597; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

To the desert; words by Carroll De 
Milton Scott, music by Constance Mills 
Herreshoff [of U. S.] [3925 

© Feb. 17, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529678 ; Hinds, Hayden & Eldredge, 
inc., New York. 

To the nightingale; words by John 
Bowring after the Russian of Karam- 
sin, music by Francis William Massi- 
Hardman [of Great Britain] ; in A 
flat. [3926 



© Feb. 3, 1922 



Feb. 24, 1922 



E 527460; Augener, ltd., London. 

To THEE waltz ; by F. Olson [of U. S.] ; 

piano. Story City, la., Philharmonic 

music co. [3927 

© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 

E 531284 ; Francis Olson, Story City, la. 

To you; valse brilliant, by Emelyn Pa- 
voni [pseud, of Charles Kunkel, of 
U. S.] ; piano. [3928 

© Dec. 28, 1921; 2, c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530714; Kunkel bros. music co., St. 
Louis. 

Toccatina. See Grace (Harvey) Ten 
compositions. 

Tom O'Malmesbury ; words by Ed. 

Lockton, music by Douglas Grant [of 

Great Britain] [3929 

© Jan. 5, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; 

E 527244; Boosey & co., London. 

Tomorrow I'm leaving you ; words by 
R. L. Joslin, music by A. Leopold 
Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, Legters 
music co. [3930 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 531150; Rosie L. Joslin, Nashville, 
Tenn. 



Ton souvenir est com me un livrE 
bien-aime ; poesie d'Albert Samain, 
musique de Jacques Pillois [of France] 
Editions litteraires et musicales. [3931 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527387; A. Z. Mathot, Paris. 

To-night; ballad, words by Dave Kohn, 
music by Bert Keene [of U. S.], arr. 
by Harold Dixon [of U. S.] [3932 
© Dec. 1. 1921; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 530822; Book world pub. co., St. 
Louis. 

Tout seul. See Goodrich (Florence A.) 
Four little studies in flats. 

Toy (The) balloon; a joyful song, 
words bv Ralph Bergengren, music by 
Julia E. Fox [of U. S.] [3933 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 531049; Harold Flammer, inc., New 
York. 

TraumerEi. See Schumann (Robert 
Alexander) 

Tragic (A) story; two-part song, words 
tr. from Chamisso by Wm. M. Thack- 
eray, music by Ira B. Wilson [of 
U. S.] ; treble voices. 4to. (School 
choruses) [3934 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529687; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia., 

Trained (The) (?) servant; recita- 
tion with musical ace, words by E. A. 
Searson, music by Cuthbert Clarke [of 
Great Britain] (Musical monologues, 
no. 243) [3935 

© Jan. 24, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922 ; 
E 527272 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

Travelin' (The) man blues ; words 
and music by Edward C. Home [of 
U. S.], arr. by Alma L. Garber [of 
U. S.] T3936 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531222; Okoboji music co., Des 
Moines. 

TrEsor musical de la je un esse; 
choisies dans les oeuvres de Lack, 
Thome, Dauphin, Landry e;t divers 
compositeurs par S. Lemoine [of 
France] ; piano. (Edition nationale 
franchise : Pantheon des pianistes, no. 
1201-1207) cahiers 1-7. [3937-3943 
© Dec. 22, 1921 ; 1 c. each Jan. 16, 
1922; E 526948-528954; Henry Le- 
moine et cie., Paris. [Copyright is 
claimed on revision] 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



Tresors (Les) de Colombine; sere- 
nade, petit air de ballet, paroles de 
Pierre D'Amor, musique de R. Drigo 
[of Italy] [3944 

© Feb. 10, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 527264 ; J. & W. Chester, ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Trio ex sol majeur; de Marcel Gen- 

naro [of France] ; flute, hautbois et 

clarinette. [3945 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527035 ; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Trio En ut minEur ; de H e d w i g e 

Chretien [of France] ; violon, 'cello 

et piano. [3946 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 

E 527034; Evette et Schaeffer, Paris. 

Tripoli ; on the shores of Tripoli, waltz, 
by Cunningham-Dubin-Weill, played 
bv Robert Joyce [of U. S.], asstd. bv 
H. S. [of U. S.] ; song roll in A flat. 
(Ampico record music roll, no. 
201973-F) [3947 

© Oct. 20, 1920; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 529727 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Trtstezza ; valse-hesitation, de Alfredo 
Barbirolli [of Italy] ; piano. [3948 

© Dec. 22. 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1922; 
E 526972; Philippo, Paris. 

Triune (The) God; anthem, words by 
Reginald Heber, music by Walter 
Howe Jones [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. (Theo. Presser co. hymn anthem 
for mixed voices) [3949 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530995; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Trixie blues; words and melody by T. 

Smith [of U. S.], arr. bv H. Qualli 

Clark [of U. S.] [3950 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; E 530862; 

Trixie Smith, New York. 

Trois (Les) princesses; chanson, mu- 
sique de fimile Vuillermoz [of France] 
Ed. A. Z. Mathot. (Chansons popu- 
lates, Franchises' et Canadiennes, no. 
5) [3951 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527380; A. Z. Mathot, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Try a little eox-trot; words by Fred 

W. Leigh, music by Charles Ancliffe 

[of Great Britain] [3952 

© Jan. 24, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 

E 527159; Reeder & Walsh, London. 



TSCHAIKOWSKY ( PETER ILJITCH ) 

Chant sans paroles ; by Tschaikowsky, 
arr. by Carlo Tonelli [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; violin and piano. (Favorite 
melodies) [3953 

© Jan. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922 ; 
E 529620 ; B. F. Wood music co., Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Tschaikowsky's Fifth symphony ; 

completion of first movement, op. 64, 
arr. by Landon Ronald and Ernest 
Austin [of Great Britain] ; piano. 

[3954 
© Feb. 3, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 20, 1922; 
E 527346 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

first movement, op. 64, arr. by 

Landon Ronald and Ernest Austin [of 
Great Britain] ; pf. pt. 1. [3955 

© Jan. 17, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527080; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Tschaikowsky's Fifth symphony. 
See Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch) 

Tu es sacerdos. See Mouveaux (Les) 
cantiques. 

Tune thee to soothe my sorrow (O 
ma tendre musette) ; poem by La 
Harpe, English text by Stewart A. 
Trench [of France, domiciled at New 
York], music by Monsigny, har. by 
Gustave Ferrari [of France, domiciled 
at New York] French and English 
texts. {In Twelve French ballads, 
no. 6) [3956 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529220.; H. W. Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on harmoniza- 
tion and English text] 

TurquE; one-step, fox-trot, intermezzo, 
by Pierre De Caillaux and J. Paul 
Wyer [of U. S.] ; piano. London, 
Fred Allandale music pub. co. [3957 
© Sept. 16, 1921 ; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1921 ; 
E 527083; Frederick Allandale, Lon- 
don. 

'TWAS HER SMILES THAT MADE ME 

happy; words by G. W. Robertson, 
music bv E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] " [3958 

© 1 c. Feb. 9. 1922; E 529425; 
G. W. Robertson, De Soto, Mo. 

Twelve (A) o'clock girl in a nine 
o'clock town ; from The blue kitten, 
words by Wm. Cary Duncan, music 
by Rudolf Friml [of Bohemia, domi- 
ciled at New York] [3959 
© Feb. 7, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 530931; Harms, inc.. New York. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 3, 1922 



3978 



Twice one are two; from Pot luck, 
written and composed by R. P. Weston 
and Bert Lee [of England] ; in G. 
[Staff and tonic sol-fa notations] 

[3960 
© Jan. 23, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527139; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Twiddle tails ; intermezzo, by Mervyn 
Gregory [of Great Britain] ; piano. 

[3961 
© Mar. 1, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 527464 ; W. Paxton & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Twilight; from For goodness' sake, 

words by Arthur Jackson, music by 

William Daly [of U. S.] [3962 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 

E 529349 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

words and melody by P. Goldfarb 

and K. Helmold [of U. S.] [3963 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1922; E 529850; 
Phil Goldfarb, New York and Karl 
Helmold, Brooklyn. 

Twilight of romance; words by Ray- 
mond Grant, music by Clarisse Petre- 
mant [of England] [3964 

© Jan. 11, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527106; Provincial musical publi- 
cations, Altricham, England. 

Two are one ; you need two souls with 
but one thought, from Frank Fay's 
fables, words and music bv Jimmv 
Duffv and Clarence Gaskill [of U. S.'l 

[3965 
© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 529595 ; Harms, inc., New York. 

Two of a kind; the rose and you, words 

and music by J. R. Dye [of U. S.] ; 

piano, with words. [3966 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1922; E 529810; 

J. Rob't Dye, Brooklyn. 

Two old sweethearts of mine; words 
by G. C. Albers, music by Harry Till- 
man [of U. S.] New York, Authors 
& composers service co. . [3967 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 530898 ; Gus C. Albers, St. Louis. 

Tyrolean; by F. Seymour [of U. S.], 

arr. by Lucien G. Chaffin [of U. S.] ; 

violin and piano. [3968 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1922; E 529633; 

Frederick Seymour, Toledo, O. 

Uciekla mi przepioreczka w proso. See 
W posrod drzew g^stych w altanie. 



Ume San (Flower of the plum) ; words 
and music bv C. M. Gibbs [of U. S.] 

[3969 
© Jan. 28, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 530618 ; C. M. Gibbs, Savannah. 

Under marching orders; march, by R. 
S. Morrison [of U. S.] ; piano, 4 hands. 

[3970 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 530983; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Under the old beech tree; words by 

James Newell Swift, music by B. G. 

Swift [of U. S.] [3971 

© Jan. 28, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 

E 530610; Bernard Gale Swift, Chicago. 

Under the stars ; song by Oley Speaks 
[of U. S.] ; low voice, in D flat. [3972 
© Feb. 4. 1922; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 530820 ; Harold Flammer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
matter] 

Underneath the mulberry tree ; words 
and melody by L. Breau [of U. S.] 

[3973 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529400; 
Louis Breau, New York. 

Unknown (An) soldier; words by B. 
Bednarskv, music bv E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [3974 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529431; 
B. Bednarsky, Edwardsville, Pa. 

Unknown (The) soldier; words by 
K. C. Flynn, music bv David Reed [of 
U. S.] New York, Bell music studios. 

[3975 
© Feb. 23, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1922 ; 
E 529866; Katherine C. Flvnn, Orange, 
N. J. 

Unless I know; words by Edward 

Lockton, music bv Dorothv Forster 

[of Great Britain] ; in E flat [3976 

© Jan. 27, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 

E 527156; Cary & co., London. 

Unspeakably precious; words and 
music by H. E. Tropf- [of Germanv. 
domiciled at Pandora, O.] [3977 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 530941 Henry Emil Tropf, Pan- 
dora, O. 

V. C. A. march ; bv Electus T. Backus 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [3978 

© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529852 ; Darch, inc., New York. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 17 



V. F. W. (The) march; by B.H. Hertz 

[of U. S.]; piano. [3979 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; E 529475; 

Benjamin H. Hertz, South Norwalk, 

Conn. 

Vagabond philosophy ; I'll be all right 
by 'n' by, words by Georges Carpen- 
tier, music by Florian Brock [of Great 
Britain] ; in A flat. [3980 

© Feb. 10, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 527262; Cary & co., London. 

Valentine (A) ; by F. Fielding-Reid 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [Photostat] [3981 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1922; E 529651; 
Francis Fielding-Reid, Baltimore. 

Valse. See Brahms (Johannes) — Sun- 
shine (A) holiday. 

Valse and andantino; from Faust, arr. 
by Harry J. Clarke [of U. S.] ; writ- 
ten in musical notation and diagram 
for Hawaiian guit. [3982 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 530773 ; Wm. J. Smith music co., 
inc., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Valse brillante; Melanie, by Denis 
Dupre [of England] ; piano. (Cover- 
title: Melanie) [3983 
© Jan. 9, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527095 ; A. Hammond & co., London. 

Valse caprice. See Chaminade (Cecile 
Louise Stephanie) 

Valse carnavale; by A. Louis Scar- 
molin [of U. S.] ; piano. [3984 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529703; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Valse coquette; by Gustav Klemm [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Lawrence, Mass., Bay 
state music co. (Suite modern, no. 4) 

[3985 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 530431 ; R. Liversidge, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Valse lyriquE; by Albert W. Ketelbey 
[of England] ; piano, with words. 

[3986 
© Jan. 9, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; 
E 527096; A. Hammond & co., Lon- 
don. 

Valse Schubert. See Method of mu- 
sical instruction. 

Valzer capriccio; danza moderna, di 
Giovanni Carpaneto [of Italy] ; pf. 

[3987 
© Jan. 4, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 
E 527203 ; Casa musicale Sonzogno, 
S. A.. Milan. 



Valzer d'amorE; versi e musica di A. 

Gill [M. Testa, of Italy] ; mand. ace. 

Naples, Armando Gill. 8vo. [3988 

© Dec. 1, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922; 

E 527424 ; Italian book co., New York. 

Vampire; fox trot shimmy, by Tom 
Waltham [of England], arr. by G. 
Smet; piano. La Parisienne edition 
musicale. [3989 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527364 ; Lorette, Paris. 

Variazioni sul TEma; ah! vous dirais- 
je, maman, di Alessandro Longo [of 
Italy] op. 39, no. 1 ; due pianoforti. 
(Edizione Ricordi, no. 325: Sei di- 
vertimenti facili, no. 1) [3990 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 527232 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Ve mlyne; polka, words and music by 
Emil Stole [of U. S.] 4to. 1. Band.— 
2. Orch. [3991, 3992 

© Feb. 8, 1922; 2 c. each Feb. 13, 
1922; E 529509, 529510; Joseph Jiran, 
Chicago. 

Venice, bride oe the sea; words by 
H. E. Towne, melody by L. E. Smith 
[of U. S.] [3993 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1922; E 529298; 
Louis E. Smith and Herbert E. Towne, 
Washington. 

Venise, les chanteurs du grand 
canal ; de Maurice Gracey [of 
France] ; orch. avec piano conducteur. 
4to. (Suite italienne, no. 3) [3994 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527064; Smyth, Paris. 

Venus ; stellar song, words by Beatrice 
Irwin, music bv Homer Grunn [of 
U. S.] ; high voice. [3995 

. © Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 531188; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Venus ET Adonis ; de Alexandre 
Georges, trans, de H. Mouton [of 
France] ; orch. avec piano conducteur. 
4to. [3996 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527010; Editions de la Sirene, Pa- 
ris. [Copyright is claimed on tran- 
scription] 

Verdi (Giuseppe) Anvil chorus; from 
II trovatore, by G. Verdi, arr. by G. 
. Federlein [of U. S.] ; piano. (Stand- 
ard operas, transcriptions and fan- 
tasies) [3997 

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4012 



© Feb. 4, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922 ; 
E 531005; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Jesus only; words and arr. of a 

melody from Verdi, by A. S. Booth- 
Clibborn [of England, domiciled at 
Chicago] [3998 

© Dec. 12, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530603; Arthur S. Booth-Clibborn, 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
words and arrangement] 

Vesper (A) hymn; words by E. K. 
Buttolph, music by H. R. Fuller [of 
U. S.] [3999 

© Jan. 20, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922 ; 
E 529197; Henry Riley Fuller and 
Edwin Knight Buttolph, Mt. Clemens, 
Mich. 

Vibrator (The) ; Saxon's favorite 
march and one-step, by M. J. Saxon 
[of Jugo-Slavia, domiciled at New 
York] ; 1st mand. [4000 

© Feb. 8, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529558; Michael John Saxon, New 
York. 

Vie (La) est une eleur. See Ex- 
treme-orient. 

A t ieil air, jEunE chanson ; fantaisie, 
musicale, de Francis Thome, arr. par 
H. Mouton [of France] ; orch. avec 
piano conducteur. 4to. [4001 

© Dec. 31, 1921 ;1 c. Jan. 31, 1922; 
E 527009; Editions de la Sirene, Pa- 
ris. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Vignettes; four songs, music by Lan- 
don Ronald [of Great Britain] ; high 
voice. Contents : 1. Ask me not, dear; 
words by Laurence Binyon. — 2. O, 
Falmouth is a fine town; words by 
W. E. Henley. — 3. When the leaves 
are fallen ; words by Herbert Bed- 
ford. — 4. The rushes ; words by Fran- 
cis Ledwidge. [4002 
© Jan. 16, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 527290 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Vignettes musicaeES ; rondes, chan- 
sons, danses et scenes enfantines ani- 
mees et chantees, paroles et musique 
de Marie Bagnoli [of France] v. 1. 

[4003 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1922; 
E 526926; Pitault, Paris. 

Vieia song; from the Merrv widow, 
arr. by Harry J. Clarke [of U. S.] ; 
written in musical notation and dia- 
gram, for Hawaiian guit. [4004 



© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922 ; 
E 530793; Wm. J. Smith music co., 
inc., New York. 

Village (The) eair; dance, by George 
Tompkins [of U. S.] ; piano. (Three 
sketches) [4005 

© Feb. 15, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529698; Theo. Presser co, Phila- 
delphia. 

Violet (The) See Star point songs. 

Violets; words by Mrs. C. W. Ward, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [4006 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1922; E 531505; 

Mrs. Clayton W. Ward, Vergennes, Vt. 

Virginia blues; fox-trot, words by 
Emie Erdman, music by Fred Meinken 
[of U. S.], arr. by Wm. Schulz [of 
U. S.] ; orch, with piano. Feist edi- 
tion. 4to. [4007 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 530903 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

words by Ernie Erdman, music by 

Fred Meinken [of U. S.] [4008 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 

E 529209; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Vision (The) oe Richard Peyto. See 
Chiddingfold (The) suite. 

Visions oe home; words by H. P. Goe- 

den, melodv bv Max Norworth [pseud. 

of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [4009 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530894; 

Herbert P. Goeden, Ripon, Wis. 

Vive a jamais Paris ; valse, de Albert 
Larrieu, arr. par Jos. Vliegen [of 
France] ; orch. avec piano conducteur. 
4to. [4010 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527354 ; Louis Jacquot, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Viviana ; march, one-step, fox-trot, by 
Cliffe Jewels [of Great Britain] ; orch, 
with piano conductor. 4to. (Boosey's 
orchestral journal, no. 1014) [401 1 
© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922 ; 
E 527243; Boosey & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Voice (The) from Calvary; tone poem, 
words and music by K. A. Borland [of 
U. S.] [4012 

© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1922; 
E 531408; Katherine A. Borland, New 
York. 



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17 



Voice (The) of thanksgiving; no. 3, 
ed., and compiled by Moody Bible insti- 
tute of Chicago [of U. S.] 8vo. Chi- 
cago, 111., Bible institute colportage 
assn. [4013 

© Jan. 14, 1922; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
19, 1922 ; A 653834 ; Moody Bible insti- 
tute of Chicago, Chicago. 

Voice (The) of your heart; words by 
J. B. White, music by Geo. Graff, jr. 
[of U. S.] New York, World music 
pub. corp. [4014 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529256; J. B. White, Chicago. 

W morzu przeglada siE. See Goralu 
czy ci nie zal. 

W POSROD drzew gestych w altanie [i] 
Uciekla mi przepioreczka w proso ; 
songs, opracowal A. Omelczuk [of 
U. S.] [4015 

© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1922; 
E 530358; Jos. Krygier, Philadelphia. 

Wabash blues ; fox trot, by Fred Mein- 
ken [of U. S.], arr. by Wm. Schulz 
[of U. S.] ; saxophone orch., with piano 
ace. ad lib. 4to. (Feist edition, no. 
1022-S) [4016 

© Tan. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922 ; 
E 530663; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

Wabble (The) ; blues, by Dan Parrish, 
arr. bv R. Furnari [of Italy] ; piano. 

[4017 
© Dec. 31, 1921 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 527374; R. Furnari, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Wagner (Richard) Wagner lyrics 
from Rienzi to Parsifal ; arr. and ed. 
by Alex Roloff [of Great Britain] ; 
piano. (Album series, no. 169 a, b) 
bk. 2, nos. 12-21.— bk. 1, nos. 1-11. 

[4018, 4019 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 1 c. each Feb. 24, 

1922; E 527458, 527459; Augener, ltd., 

London. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement and editing] 

Wagner lyrics from Rienzi to Parsi- 
fal. See Wagner (Richard) 

Wait for the summertime; words and 
music by E. Amols [of U. S.] [4020 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; E 530860; 
Emanuel Amols, Brooklyn. 

Wait till you see my sweetheart ; 

words by G. P. Furst, music by Ed- 

ouard Hesselberg [of U. S.] [4021 

© Dec. 7, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922 ; 

E 530732 ; George Peter Furst, Chicago. 



Waiting; words by E. S. Walling, music 
by George Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [4022 
© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529824 ; Emma S. Walling, Orange, 
Calif. 

words by H. M. Ferguson, music bv 

Monte C. Browne [of U. S.] [4023 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1922; E 530709; Hazel 
M. Ferguson, Boston. 

• words bv N. Tobin, music by Geo. 

Graff, jr. "[of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [4024 

© Feb. 25, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 529942 ; Nellie Tobin, Tabberstang, 
Limekilns, N. S. Wales, Australia. 

Wake up little gtrl, you're just 
dreaming; words and music by Lou 
Herscher and Joe Burke [of U. S.] 

[4025 

© Feb. 2, 1922: 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 

E 530839; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Waltz. Sec Zilcher (Paul) Six easy 
piano solos. 

Waltz of youth ; bv Violet M. Clausen 

[of U. S.] ; piano." [4026 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1922; E 529544; 

Harrv H. Thompson, Kansas City, 

Mo. 

Waltz song ; from The merry widow, 
arr. by Harry J. Clarke [of U. S.] 
written in musical notation and dia- 
gram, for Hawaiian guit. [4027 
© Dec. 30, 1921; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922; 
E 530794; Wm. J. Smith music co., 
inc., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

War dance of the Orakaivas. See 
Pearls & savages. 

Warwickshire (A) wooing; words by 
Edward Lockton, music by William 
G. James [of England] ; in B flat. 

[4028 
© Feb. 9, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 527294; G. Ricordi & co., London. 

Waves of glory ; no. 2, collection of 
songs, compiled by W. J. Kirkpatrick, 
D. L. Wallace and C. J. Kinne [of 
U. S.] 8vo. [4029 

© Nov. 4, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
aff. Feb. 4, 1922 ; A 653750 ; Nazarene 
pub. house, Kansas City, Mo. 

Way down in Dixie; words and music 
by A. N. Hosking [of U, S.] [4030 

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4046 



© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1922; E 530821; 
Arthur Nicholas Hosking, New Ro- 
chell, N. Y. 

We all believe. See Bach (Johann Se- 
bastian) 

Wear a smile; words by J. M. Falck, 
music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] 
New York, World music pub. corp. 

[4031 

© Feb. 25, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922 ; 

E 529946 ; John M. Falck, Potter, Neb. 

Wedding bells; fox-trot, words by W. 
Lee, music by George A. Fisher [of 
Great Britain], arr. by Charles An- 
cliffe [of Great Britain] [4032 

© Feb. 8, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527197; W. Paxton & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

WEE (A) bit oe eovE; fox trot, words 
and music by Dave Ringle and Rudy 
Wiedoeft [of U. S.] [4033 

© Jan. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1922; 
E 529623 ; Triangle music pub. co., 
New York. 

WEE (A) drop; Scotch song, words by 
Hugh McFarlane, music by Mrs. J. 
A. Tupper Noble [of Canada] [4034 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1922; E 529537; 
Mrs. J. A. Tupper Noble, Victoria, 
Canada. 

WEE (The) wee German eairdiE; arr. 
by Alfred Moffat [of Great Britain] ; 
male voices. 4to. (Scottish part 
songs, no. 186) [4035 

© Dec. 31, 1921; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 527112; Bay ley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

Weeping wileow eanE; valse, by F. 
Henri Klickmann, arr. by Dan God- 
frey [of Great Britain] ; full military 
band. {In Chappell's army journal, 
no. 493) [4036 

© Jan.- 26, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 527213 ; Frank K. Root & co., Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Weidt's chord system ; simplified har- 
mony, by A. J. Weidt [of U. S.] 
lesson no. 5. [4037 

© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1922; 
E 529836; Albert J. Weidt, Newark, 
N. J. 

Were I king and you were queen ; 

words by T. Sutcliffe, music by 

Edouard Hesselberg [of U. S.] [4038 

© Dec. 21, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 

E 530746; T. Sutcliffe, Emo, Canada. 

2606—22 8 , 9 



What do you think about that? 
words by B. Stanley, melody by B. 
Stanley and Tom Howard [of U. S.] ; 
1st violin. [4039 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530921; 
Burt Stanley, Cynwyd, Pa. 

What do you think oe that; words 
by Lina Clingen, music by Marion 
Jennings [of U. S.] [4040 

© Dec. 21, 1921 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1921 ; 
E 528908; Jennings & Clingen, Win- 
netka, 111. 

What memories fair (Combien j'ai 
douce souvenance) ; English text by 
Stewart A. Trench [of France, domi- 
ciled at New York], French poem by 
Chateaubriand, har. on a tune of Au- 
vergrte by Gustave Ferrari [of France, 
domiciled at New York] French and 
English texts. {In Twelve French 
ballads, no. 3) [4041 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529217 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on harmoniza- 
tion and English text] 

What various hindrances we meet ; 
set to tune Imploratio, words by Wil- 
liam Cowper, music by E. S. Perkins 
[of U. S.l [4042 

© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531034; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

What would we do without the 
clouds ; words and music by A. H. 
Ackley [of U. S.] [4043 

© Jan. 20, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1922; 
E 530685 ; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

When ; words and music by Frederick 
Seymour [of U. S.] Operatic edition. 

[4044 
© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 529619; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

When ale is love and sunshine, then 
I will come to you ; words by O. H. 
Witt, music by Geo. Graff, jr. [of 
U. S.] New York, World music pub. 
corp. [4045 

© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1922; 
E 529262 ; Otto H. Witt, Cleveland. 

When David heard; part-song, words 
from 2d Samuel, music by Thomas 
Tomkins, ed. by Edmund H. Fellowes 
[of Great Britain] ; five mixed voices. 
4to. (Thomas Tomkins' songs of 3, 4, 
5, and 6 parts, no. 19) [4046 

© Feb. 8, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 
E 527417 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., London. 



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When Eyes meet eyes, when lips meet 
ups, when two hearts beat as one", 
words by Will D. Cobb, music by G. 
Edwards [of U. S.] [4047 

© Feb. 16, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1922 ; 
E 529454; Gus Edwards, New York. 

When Francis dances with me; waltz, 
by Ryan and Violinsky [pseud, of Solly 
Ginsberg], played by Gurnell Ander- 
son, asstd. by R. H., ed. by McNair 
Ilgenfritz [of U. S.] (Recordo, no. 
66000) [Music roll] [4048 

© Feb. 6, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922 ; 
E 531476; Recordo player roll co., Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on editing] 

waltz, by Violinsky [pseud, of Solly 

Ginsberg], arr. by Wm. Schulz [of 
U. S.] : saxophone orch., with piano 
ace. ad lib. 4to. (Feist edition, no. 
1017-S) [4049 

© Jan. 26, 1922 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1922 ; 
E 530666; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

When I can read my title clear; set 
to tune Title, words by I. Watts, music 
by E. S. Perkins [of U. S.] [4050 
© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 531013; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

When I'm alone I dream oe you ; 
words bv I. J. Frantz. music by Clar- 
ence V. Mraz [of U. S.l [4051 
© lc. Feb. 16, 1922; E 529587; 
Irving John Frantz, Cleveland. 

When I waltz with you; from the 
Blue kitten, words by Otto Harbach, 
music bv Rudolf Friml [of U. S.] 

[4052 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1922; 
E 529306; Harms, inc., New York. 

When it's May, swEET May ; words by 

M. Woodington, melodv bv Ravmond 

A. Browne [of U. S.] ' " [4053 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1922; E 529638; 

Melissa Woodington, Salisbury, N. C. 

When love shall claim its own; 
words by L. B. Larson, music bv Edou- 
ard Hesselberg [of U. S.] [4054 

© Dec. 7, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922 ; 
E 530734 ; Lephia Bryant Larson, Aber- 
deen, Wash. 

When Mary comes back to me; words 
by E. Frederickson, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, Riviera 
music co. [4055 

© Sept. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922;. 
E 530756 ; Edwin Frederickson, James- 
town, N. Y. 



When music, heavenly maid, was 
young; words by Arthur Gusterman, 
music by Frieda Peycke [of U. S.] 
(Readings musically illustrated) [4056 
© Feb. 2, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 529322; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

When Seattle steam boats blow; 

words and music by A. F. Cotes [of 

U. S.] [4057 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; E 531172; 

Alfred F. Cotes, Seattle. 

When the autumn leaves are turn- 
ing red To gold ; words by R. Jones, 
music by Norrie Bernard [of U. S.l 
New York, Lenox co. [4058 

© Jan. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1922; 
E 529358; Rita Jones, Cottage Grove, Or. 

When the baxd plays Home, sweet 
home; words and music by E. L. Rog- 
ers [of U. S.], arr. by Alonzo Leach 
[of U. S.] [4059 

© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; E 531110; 
Eleonora Lena Rogers, Des Moines. 

When the coon begins to aviate the 
air ; words and music bv D. Driscoll 
[of U. S.] [4060 

© Feb. 10, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 531203; David Driscoll, Spring- 
field, O. 

When the king of the north goes by; 
words and melodv by F. Shackleford 
[of U. S.], arr. by Wm. Schulz [of 
U. S.] ; bass. [4061 

© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1922; 
E 528921 ; Forrest Shackleford, New 
York. 

When the leaves are fallen. See 
Vignettes. 

W r FlEN THE LIGHTS GO OUT ON BROAD- 
WAY ; words and music by Ray C. 
Spencer, Jack Flynn, and Max Rosen- 
berg [of U. S.l " [4062 
© Feb. 4. 1922; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1922; 
E 529535 ; Boylston music co., Boston. 

When the loved one returns again 
(Quand le bien-amie reviendra) ; poem 
by Marsollier, English text by Stew- 
art A. Trench [of France, domiciled 
at New York], music by Dalayrac 
from the opera Nina, har. by Gustave 
Ferrari [of France, domiciled at New 
York] English and French texts. (In 
Twelve French ballads, no. 12) [4063 
© Feb. 1, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1922; 
E 529226; H. W. Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on harmoniza- 
tion and English text] 



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4079 



When the shiny moon comes out ; 
dialect song, words and music by Theo- 
dora Dutton [of U. S.] [4064 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1922; 
E 531003; Theo. Presser co, Phila- 
delphia. 

When the strains oe Old folks at 
home, come floating on the air; 
words and music by W. Lund [of 
U. S.] [4065 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; E 529869; 
Walter Lund, Valley Falls, R. I. 

When the swallows homeward fly ; 
arr. by Harry J. Clarke [of U. S.] ; 
written in musical notation and dia- 
gram, for Hawaiian guit. [4066 
© Dec. 30, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1922 ; 
E 530789; Wm. J. Smith musk co., 
inc., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement! 

When the tide comes in ; waltz, by 
Kendis and Brockman [of U. S.], arr. 
by Frank E. Barry [of U. S.] ; orch. 
4to. Feist edition. [4067 

© Feb. 11, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 529562 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

band. Feist edition. 4to. 

[4068 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 

E 530908 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrangement] 

When we meet in the heaven; words 
and music bv J. Vescera [of U. S.] 

[4069 
© Feb. 17, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 
E 531411; Joseph Vescera, Solvav, 
N. Y. 

When you are near ; words by Anna- 
belle Isle [pseud, of A. Belisle], mu- 
sic by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Riviera music co. [4070 
© June 13, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 
E 530762 ; Anna Belisle, Vancouver, 
Wash. 

When you say. Sec Back to earth. 

When you sent me away from you ; 
waltz song, words and music by C. D. 
Merrill [of U. S.], arr. by Raymond 
V. Gould [of U. S.l [4071 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922; E 529381; 
Clara Dell Merrill, Seattle. 



Where cross tece crowded ways of 
life; set to tune Price, words by 



Frank Mason North, music by E. S. 
Perkins [of U. S.] [4072 

© Dec. 15, 1921; 2 c. Feb. 8. 1922; 
E 531011; Emily S. Perkins, New 
York. 

Where Gypsies dwell; Hungarian 
dance, by August Nolck [of Ger- 
many] op. 196, no. 5 ; violin and pf. 
(In Greetings from afar, bk. 2. 
Schmidt's educational series, no. 158 
a-b) [4073 

© Feb. 14, 1922 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922 ;• 
E 529655; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

W'HERE I MET YOU LITTLE PAL AND 

sweetheart TRUE; words and music 
by Mrs. J. E. Owens [of U. S.l 

[4074 
© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1922; 
E 529843 ; Mrs. J. E. Owens, Cincin- 
nati. 

Where is the home for me? words by 
Gilbert Murraj^, music by R. Vaughan 
Williams [of Great Britain] ; sop. and 
mezzo-sop. 4to. (Edwin Ashdown's 
series of vocal duets, second series, 
no. 91) [4075 

© Jan. 26, 1922 ; 1 c. Jan. 28, 1922 ; 
E 526988 ; Edwin Ashdown, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Wherever you are; written and com- 
posed by John P. Long [of England] ; 
in D. [Staff and tonic sol-fa nota- 
tions] [4076 
© Jan. 23, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1922 ; 
E 527148; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

While I'm in love with you ; words 
by E. L. Ellsworth, music by A. Leo- 
pold Richard [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Legters music co. [4077 

© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1922; 
E 531161; E. L. Ellsworth, Chicago. 

Whims of love; caprice, by Maurice 
Baron [of U. S.] ; orch. with piano 
conductor. (Belwin concert ed., no. 
69) [4078 

© Feb. 6, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1922; 
E 529367; Belwin, inc., New York. 

Whispering (The) nightwind; words 
bv K. McGovern, music by George 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [4079 

© Feb. 20, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1922; 
E 529821; Kathryn McGovern, But- 
ler, Pa. 



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Whistle, whistle, auld wife; poem 
anon., music by Francis George Scott 
[of Great Britain] Curwen edition. 

[4080 
© Jan. 30, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 
E 527438; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Whistling (The) mallards fly; 
words by Charles O. Roos, music by 
Thurlow Lieurance [of U. S.] 1. 
Low voice. 2. High voice. 

[4081,4082 
© Feb. 4, 1922; 2 c. each Feb. 10, 
1922 ; E 530989, 530990 ; Theo. Presser 
co., Philadelphia. 

White (The) lily. See Star point 
songs. 

Who is going to bury the last man 
when he dies ; words by B. H. Cross, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S-] [4083 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1922; E 531227; 
B. H. Cross, Washington. 

Who's going to call you baby ; words 

by Al. Kosloff, melody by I. Brodsky 

[of U. S.] [4084 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1922; E 529857; 

Irving Brodsky, Brooklyn. 

Who's that knockin'? one-step, by 
Roy Stapleton [of Great Britain] ; 
piano. [4085 

© Feb. 22, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1922 ; 
E 527463 ; W. Paxton & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Who told you that; humorous song, 
word by Ted Lymbery, music by Her- 
bert Townsend [of Great Britain] 
[Old and new notation] [4086 

© Jan. 24, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 13, 1922; 
E 527270 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

Whose darling are you? words and 
melody by H. C. Carey [of U. S-l 

[4087 

© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; E 530867; 
Harold C. Carey, Albion, Mich. 

Whose sweet mamma are you now; 
lyric by Frank Phelan and Marcel 
Klauber, melody by J. Geisler [of 
U. S.] [4088 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1922; E 529332; Jo- 
seph Geisler, New York. 

Why can't I call you sweetheart; 

words by E. Toy, music by Jack Deal 

[of U. S.] [4089 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1922; E 529542; 

Eddie Toy, Penns Grove, N. J. 



Why did you make me lonesome? 

words by J. Baker, music by Edouard 

Hesselberg [of U. S.] [4090 

© Dec. 17, 1921 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1922; 

E 530724; Joseph Balcer, Baltimore. 

Why do you sleep so long, mother; 
words bv G. Allender, music by George 
Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New York, 
World music pub. corp. [4091 

© Jan. 25, 1922; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1922; 
E 529135; Gertrude Allender, Palo 
Alto, Calif. 

Widow Brown ; words by A. T. Syl- 
vester, music by David Reed [of U. S.] 
New York, Bell music studios. [4092 
© Feb. 23, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1922; 
E 529865 ; A. T. Sylvester, San Fran- 



Widow (The) MalonE; set to air The 
gap in the hedge, words by Charles 
Lever, music arr. by Herbert Hughes 
[of Ireland] (Historical songs and 
ballads of Ireland) [4093 

© Jan. 27, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527170; Metzler & co. (1920) ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Wild rose. See Method of musical in- 
struction. 

Wild rose time; words by I. Kuhn, mu- 
sic by Geo. Graff, jr. [of U. S.] New 
York, World music pub. corp. [4094 
© Feb. 25, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1922; 
E 529943 ; Ida Kuhn, Latham, 111. 

Willow (The) song. See Othello. 

Wind (The) in your hair. See Gray 
and gold. 

Wind o' the autumn ; words by Will 
H. Ogilvie, music by William Mur- 
doch [of Great Britain] [4095 
© Jan. 25, 1922 ; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1922 ; 
E 527250; Boosey & co., London. 

Wind (The) that shakes the barley; 
set to air Royal Charles, poem by 
Robert Dwyer Joyce, music arr. by 
Herbert Hughes [of Ireland] ; in A 
minor. (Historical songs and ballads 
of Ireland) [4096 

© Jan. 27, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527161; Metzler & co. (1920) ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Winding (The) banks oe Erne; set to 
air The river Roe, words by William 
Allingham, music arr. by Herbert 



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Hughes [of Ireland] ; in G. (His- 
torical songs and ballads of Ireland) 

[4097 
© Jan. 27, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1922; 
E 527165; Metzler & co., (1920) ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Winds and the desert ; words and mu- 
sic by H. L. Gaut [of U. S.] [4098 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1922; E 529329; 
Helen Lukens Gaut, Pasadena. 

Wings (The) oe the morning; words 
bv C. H. Bush, music by R. Browne 
[of Canada] [4099 

© Feb. 7, 1922; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1922; 
E 527317; Chas. H. Bush, Kentville, 
Canada. 

Winter. See Four (The) seasons. 

Winter landscape. See North country 
sketches. 

Witching (A) witch; words by Minna 

Irving, -music by J. G. Willis [of 

U. S.] [4100 

© Feb. 3, 1922; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1922; 

E 531216; J. G.